Black Cat Day: what makes felines evocative, magnetic and special, and what is true about their supposed magical powers?
Cat pheromones and marking: when the kitten rubs on people and objects, it releases pheromones to communicate who it is and what belongs to it.
Is it hot and are you thinking of bathing the cat? Give up: most cats detest being soaked, and the reason lies in a primal instinct.redazione
Bathing the cat: here are the cases when it is really necessary to wash the cat and how to do it while preventing it from getting stressed and nervous.
Nursing newborn kittens: how to take over for mama cat while avoiding thoughtless practices that endanger the survival of kittens.
Male cat castration: an intervention from which there are only health benefits for your cat. Here's why and when to do it.
Cleft lip and cleft palate: the most affected dogs are purebred dogs. How and why does this malformation of the palate form?
Fireworks: what emotional reactions do they trigger in dogs and cats? Here's how to prevent leaks and preventive remedies to use.
Pregnant cat close to giving birth? Here’s how to help the birthing cat and how to handle newborn kittens.redazione
Cat birth: how long labor lasts, in which cases to intervene, how to handle newborn kittens.
Feline rhinotracheitis, or cat cold, is an infectious and contagious disease of the upper respiratory tract in cats. How is it prevented and how is it treated?redazione
Rhinotracheitis is an infectious disease that affects domestic and stray cats and is caused by Herpesvirus.
Does your dog or cat have a half-closed eye, narrowed pupil, and visible third eyelid? He may suffer from Horner’s syndrome. Recognize it before it becomes dangerously aggravated.redazione
Horner's syndrome is a neurological, non-ocular disorder that occurs as a result of damage or malfunction of certain nerves.