Veterinarian-written / veterinarian-approved articles for your cat.

Ear Infections in Cats

Don't attempt to clean or medicate your cat's ear without checking with your vet first.

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Skin Infections in Cats

Cats can suffer from skin infections, usually caused by bacteria or yeast, but they are almost always secondary to another condition.

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Inhalant Allergies in Cats

If your skin has severely itchy skin, inhalant allergies may the cause or part of the cause.

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Food Allergies in Cats

Many cats with food allergies develop itchy skin as a result.

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Common Causes of Ear Problems in Cats

Learn more about ear problems in cats and their symptoms.

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What to Do If You Find a Lump on Your Cat

Learn about what causes lumps on a cat's skin and what you need to do if you find one.

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How Did My Indoor Cat Get Fleas?

Indoor cats might get fleas in multiple ways. Find out how and what you need to do to protect your cat.

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Flea Allergy Dermatitis in Cats

Controlling fleas is critical when you have a cat that is allergic to flea bites. Learn more.

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Ear Hematomas in Cats

Learn what causes feline ear hematomas, how they are diagnosed, and how they can be treated here.

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Ear Mites in Cats

Ear mites in cats can be miserable for a kitty to endure. Learn how to identify the symptoms and what to do if you suspect ear mites in your cat.

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Lice in Cats

Find out what kind of lice cats get, how they get them, whether humans can catch them, and how to get rid of them.

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Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex in Cats

Information on common inflammatory skin condition in cats known as eosinophilic granuloma complex (EGC).

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Feline Acne

Information on Feline Acne skin conditions.

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Psychogenic Alopecia in Cats

Information on Feline Psychogenic Alopecia.

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Skin Problems in Cats From A-Z

A list of feline skin issues covering all topics from allergies to zoonosis.

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Hyperesthesia in Cats

Information on Feline Hyperesthesia.

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Ringworm in Cats

Ringworm, despite the name, is not a worm. It is a fungal skin disease that can infect dogs, cats, human beings, and a variety of other animals. Learn more about ringworm in cats here.

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