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 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 »
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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 »
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Non-Toxic Flea Treatments for Cats?

Warm weather brings outbreaks of fleas. Your cat then brings fleas into your home and yard. It is important to protect your cat against fleas to prevent the fleas from becoming a problem. While the... Read More »
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