CATS ONLY Health Care Tips

helping our furry felines have a long, happy life

kitty cat care behavior and illness

Cats like to spend time with you…until they don’t.

Despite their common preference for solitude, cats can be great companions. In order to keep your cat healthy, it’s important to understand their normal behaviors and preferences. Here at Cherokee Animal Hospital, we love cats, and we want to help you keep your kitty healthy and happy.


Cat Health and Care for felines

Common Problems and Behavior

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CAT BEHAVIOR

Cats are naturally territorial. They still have an instinctive need to protect their territory and hunt for prey. They may not look like it but their indoor lifestyle can lead to a lot of stress. LEARN MORE>>

SICK KITTY SYMPTOMS

Some illnesses come on overnight, while others develop over days and months. The signs tend to be subtle at first, but the earlier we identify the problem, the more we can do to help. LEARN MORE>>

FELINE POTTY PROBLEMS

Urinary problems are one of the most common issues that cat owners must face. Cats can have urinary tract infections, bladder stones, and other diseases that cause them to have potty problems. LEARN MORE>>

Health Care for Cats felines kittens

RESOURCES

These pet sites provide great information to keep your cats happy and healthy:

 

www.catalystcouncil.org

www.indoorpet.osu.edu

www.pipolinousa.com

The Scarecrow - A motion detected water sprinkler that humanely scares off unwanted dogs and cats that get your pet all riled up. These unwanted visitors often cause great stress for your indoor cats.

The Maze Food Bowl – Made for dogs but cats can play too. Cats can use their paws to chase the food out of the maze. Similar games have been made at home using different size pill bottles glued down to a wood surface. The food gets sprinkled between the tubes so the cat has to their paws to dig the food out. Very entertaining… for everyone!

The Pipolino - A cat feeding system that they think is a toy.  You control how much food they eat and they have to work to get it out.  This entertains and stimulates the hunting instinct while taking care of the tummy too.

For more specific tips on training to a cat carrier go to:  www.catalystcouncil.org

Download our Fabulous Cat Owners Manual for more Tips and tricks to keep your feline pet happy and healthy.

Our goal as Canton vets is to help your cat stay healthy.

Cat health and tips for care