|It is estimated that three out of every four cats carry intestinal worms. Not only can worms make your cat sick, some species of worms can also be transferred to humans, with children being most at risk. |
The Bengal cat, often chosen for its wild color patterns but also its character, is a cat breed that has become more and more popular among cat lovers and breeders. The diseases studies to which these pets are prone (hereditary or acquired) are still limited,...Read more
Feline Housesoiling Problems Part I: Inappropriate Urination and Defecation
Article (c) and reproduced by kind permission of Dr. Barbara Sherman Simpson, MS, PhD, DVM Animal Behavior Service of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, North Carolina State University College of Veterinary...
Despite the popularity Bengal cats have gained in recent years, research on their particular diseases and behavior is still limited.Read more
Bengal cat breed historyThe Bengal cat resulted from the crossing of the Asian leopard wild cat (Prionailurus bengalensis or Felis bengalensis) with the American or European cat (Felis...