It doesn't matter if your kitty is an indoor cat or outdoor adventurer there are countless ways that your cat could injure a leg or paw and wind up limping. That said, injuries aren't the only cause of limping in cats. Today our South Charlotte vets share a few reasons why your cat may be limping and what you should do.
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If your cat has lost their ability to move their back legs, all 4 legs, or another part of their body they may be suffering from a type of paralysis. However, cats can also suffer from laryngeal paralysis which is actually a disorder of the upper airway. Our South Charlotte vets explain more...
If your cat suddenly stops eating you are bound to be concerned. Should you rush your feline friend to the emergency vet clinic or wait until your regular vet is available? Our South Charlotte vets share some common reasons why cats stop eating, and how to tell if it’s time to head to the emergency vet.
Our South Charlotte vets see far fewer urinary tract infections in cats than in dogs, nonetheless, there are a number of other urinary tract conditions that frequently affect older cats. Below we explain more about urinary tract infections and other urinary conditions in cats.
Has your kitty's meow been reduced to a squeak or a scratchy rasp? Laryngitis in cats can be the result of a number of different underlying causes. In today's post our Charlotte vets share more about cat laryngitis symptoms, causes and treatments.
Cat's don't often suffer from ear infections but when they do these infections can be an indication of an underlying health issue. Here our South Charlotte vets explain some of the causes, symptoms and treatments for yeast infections in cat's ears, bacterial infections, inner ear infections and more.
Chances are that you think of your cat as cuddly rather than overweight but carrying just a few extra ounces can make a big difference to your cat's health and longevity. In today's post, our South Charlotte vets explain how you can tell if your cat is overweight.
If your pooch is suffering from chronic kidney disease, feeding them the right diet is going to be a key element of their treatment. For dogs with kidney disease, our South Charlotte vets may recommend a therapeutic diet with restricted protein, phosphorus and sodium combined with increased levels of omega-3 fatty acids.
Healthy kidneys perform a range of essential functions, dogs suffering from acute kidney failure experience a sudden and rapid decline in kidney function that requires urgent veterinary care. Today our vets explain the signs of acute kidney failure in dogs, and what you should do if your dog suddenly shows signs of kidney failure.