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    Mouth and tooth disorders

    Cats use their mouths for eating and for grooming themselves. The mouth usually keeps itself healthy by producing saliva, but regular checks and even brushing the teeth will help prevent problems. Keeping teeth healthy It is important to check your cat’s mouth regularly and keep the teeth clean to prevent the buildup of plaque. This […] More

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    Eye disorders

    Disorders and injuries may affect the structures of the eye or the eyelids, or both. All eye problems in a cat need prompt investigation by a vet, as even minor disorders can become sight-threatening if left untreated. Conjunctivitis and eye injuries In conjunctivitis there is swelling and redness of the conjunctiva, the membrane lining the […] More

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    Washing your cat

    Cats instinctively groom themselves, keeping their fur clean, tangle-free, and conditioned. Cats may also need to be bathed occasionally to keep their coats in peak condition, especially if they are longhaired. Outdoor cats occasionally give themselves a dust bath, rolling in dry earth to clean their coat of grease and parasites, such as fleas. You […] More

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    Regular grooming

    Although staying well-groomed comes naturally to cats, by assisting with regular grooming sessions, you can enjoy a bonding experience and help your pet to look good. A clean coat is healthy and comfortable. Benefits of grooming Cats spend a large part of the day self-grooming—wetting their paws to wipe their face, cleaning between each toe, […] More