1. Taha said:

    My cat is not feeling good but I can’t take her to any hospital or any service because it is very far away is there something I can do in home

    October 15, 2017
    • Brittany, Paul, and Yoda =^^= said:

      Hello Taha, thanks for reaching out. We’d love to help you more but you should probably call a vet to ask for advice. Be as specific as possible when describing your cat’s symptoms. We hope your kitty feels better soon! Take care!

      October 17, 2017
  2. Karen Riddell said:

    My cat was scratching to the point whete he was getting open sores, i got a cone and put it on him for a few days when i took it off he does not seem the same. I am wondering if having the cone on could have stressed him.

    December 23, 2017
    • Hi there Karen,
      Sorry to hear your kitty is scratching like that! Does he show any signs of skin infections, fleas, mites, wounds from other cats? The cone could have stressed him further, yes, if he was scratching already because of tension/anxiety. Open sores can get infected, especially when left untreated and scratched further. We would recommend taking your kitty to the vet for a diagnosis. They will be able to provide you the advice and medication your kitty might need. Best wishes!

      December 29, 2017
  3. Re. rapid breathing by a cat. You said that heartworm can be easily treated which is not true in cats. They have treatment for dogs but not for cats so heartworm can cause death in a cat and often does.

    February 6, 2018
    • Hi Claudia, thanks for your insights 🙂 Indeed, there’s no drug remedy for treating heartworm in cats, but it can be treated with thorough veterinary care. Cats are more resistant to heartworm than dogs, and signs often appear too late. Unfortunately heartworm is fatal even for cats who seem healthy on the outside:( Thanks for stopping by and reading FK.

      February 11, 2018

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