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Atopy in Cats

Atopy in Cats

General facts Atopy is caused by an abnormal skin barrier, cat genetics and environmental factors. It is defined by allergy symptoms resulting from repeated exposure to environmental substances such as pollen, mould, dust, etc. Given the hereditary nature of this disease, certain breeds are more...
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Cancer

Cancer

Cancer does not manifest in the same way in all cats who develop it. Read more about the common symptoms in feline cancer.
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Cat Hair Loss and Dandruff

Cat Hair Loss and Dandruff

One of the most common questions asked by clients in veterinary clinics is about excessive hair loss and dandruff in the cat's coat. The skin is the external physical barrier that protects the body from pollutants, chemicals, and microbial agents.
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Chronic renal insufficiency

Chronic renal insufficiency

In aging animals, cats are more often affected by kidney failure than dogs.
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Does my Cat Have a Cold?

Does my Cat Have a Cold?

You've just adopted an adorable little kitten from a shelter and 3 days later, he starts sneezing and having a runny nose at home. Is it possible that he caught your cold? Actually, it's not a cold, but a feline respiratory virus that causes "feline...
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Feline immunodeficiency (FIV) and feline leukemia virus (FeLV) screening test

Feline immunodeficiency (FIV) and feline leukemia virus (FeLV) screening test

By testing your cat for the FIV, you can get peace of mind on their physical condition.
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Foreign objects

Foreign objects

Our little feline companions can quickly become victims of their excessive curiosity and swallowing a foreign body. What can you do in this type of situation? Read more.
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Gastroenteritis

Gastroenteritis

Gastroenteritis is a common disease in cats that affect their digestive system.
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