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BabyCat v. Kitten

Kittens this young are sometimes referred to as “babycats,” until they are four months old.

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Cat Hacks: Five Tips to Help Make Your Cat’s Vet Visits Easier

Taking your cat to the vet doesn't have to be hard. Here are some tips to help!

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Ask A Vet: What Do I Need to Know Before I Get a Kitten?

Dr. Genie Bishop discusses what you need to know before you bring home a kitten.

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ASK A VET: How Can I Help Prevent GI Upset in My Cat?

Dr. Genie Bishop discusses how you can help prevent digestive upset in your cat.

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Ask A Vet: How Do I Know if My Cat is Overweight?

Dr. Genie Bishop discusses how to tell when it's time for your cat to go on a diet and the benefits of a healthy weight. 

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Ask a Veterinarian: Why Is My Cat Acting So Strange?

Learn from Dr. Genie Bishop why your cat's strange behavior might be indicative of something else and when you need to talk to your veterinarian.

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Ask A Veterinarian: My Cat Has Been Diagnosed with Kidney Disease. What Comes Next?

Dr. Genie Bishop talks about kidney disease and cats and what owners can expect. 

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Ask a Veterinarian: Why Is My Cat Peeing Everywhere but in the Litter Box?

Learn from Dr. Genie Bishop why cats will sometimes go outside their litter box and when you need to talk to your veterinarian.

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What is Taste and Why Does it Matter?

Did you know that taste is more than just flavor? Learn more about what makes up taste and why it matters for your cat's food!

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Five Things Every Cat Owner Should Know

Check out this article to learn more about what every cat owner should know!

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Vaccinations and the Adult Dog

Following a vaccination schedule is one of the best ways to help prevent your dog from becoming sick and possibly infecting other dogs.

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Maine Coon: The Gentle Giant

While the true origin of this cat breed is murky, his characteristics are clear: There’s no doubt why cat-fanciers dub the Maine Coon the “gentle giant.”

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