Cat Corner

  • Changing your cat's food

    Why do you need to change your cat's food? Your vet may recommend your cat is fed a different or special diet. This may be to help, for example, in: Controlling a specific disease (eg, diabetes or…

  • Giving Tablets to your Cat

    Giving tablets to your cat can be stressful and few cats are cooperative. However, it is very important that a course of medication is completed, and if you are having any difficulty, simply contact…

  • Giving skin, ear or eye drops/ointments

    Using a topical (skin) spot-on preparation Many flea, parasite and even worming medications now come as spot-on preparations, making them much easier to use on cats. However, making sure the products…

  • Taking your cat home from the clinic

    Going home After a stay at the clinic, you may need to take special care of your cat when they get back home: If it has had an anaesthetic that day, your cat may still be subdued and a little…

  • Brining your cat to the clinic

    Cats are independent, territorial animals that need to be in control of their surroundings and are sensitive to different smells. These things can make visits to a vet clinic stressful. Look for a…

  • What is a Cat Friendly Clinic

    The International Society for Feline Medicine (ISFM) is the veterinary division of International Cat Care, a charity dedicated to improving the health and welfare of cats worldwide. We understand…

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