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 Feline Eye Injuries?

Answer Most feline eye injuries involve the cat showing symptoms of squinting, tearing, pawing at the eye or face, rubbing the eye, inflammation around the eye socket, cloudiness of the cornea or signs of... Read More »
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If you are at fault in an auto accident and the other driver said at the scene he was not injured and didn't appear to have any injuries how long does he have to claim injuries later?

Answer not sure about legal time line but if you report the accident immediately or even now ( if you did not) your insurance company will assist you with the information. if for no other reason t... Read More »
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What is a feline seizure?

Watching their beloved cat suffer through a seizure can be a frightening experience for an owner. Fortunately, identifying a seizure is relatively easy for both owner and veterinarian so the majori... Read More »
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Feline Congestion?

Nasal congestion is a nuisance for any species, whether it be humans, dogs or cats. When a cat has congestion, it is important to know whether it is a simple cold or something more serious. Watchin... Read More »
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Feline Iridology?

Feline iridology is the process of diagnosing health issues in cats by examining the cat's iris. According to Frank Navratil, iridologist and nutritionist, it is not practiced worldwide.
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