Jaundice Treatments for Cats?

Answer All types of cats are susceptible to jaundice, which is a yellowing of the tissues and gums.The cat's liver, spleen, or bone marrow process red blood cells. In this process bilirubin is created, wh... Read More »

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What are treatments for jaundice in babies?

What are the treatments for physiological jaundice?

Physiological jaundice occurs in newborn babies 3 to 5 days after they have been born. It occurs because they have immature livers that cannot process bilirubin produced as a result of red blood ce... Read More »

Can i use dog flea treatments on cats?

On One Hand: Can Be LethalMany flea treatments designed for dogs contain an insecticide called permethrin, which can be lethal to cats. About one in 10 cats exposed to permethrin will die as a resu... Read More »

What are the treatments for hairballs in cats?

Hairballs are a natural occurrence in cats, especially cats that shed a lot or have long hair. A diet high in fiber, such as one that includes access to grass, and regular grooming can help remedy ... Read More »