Diabetes is not a problem that just impacts humans. It’s becoming more common in the domesticated animal world, too.
Because of a late kitty season, many shelters and rescue agencies are inundated with cats and their kittens.
A bit of an unusual topic but a fun one, too: humans often will yawn when we see somebody else yawn. Animals, believe it or not, may do the same.
It’s an exciting time of year for the people who make up the San Francisco SPCA, who are embarking on an annual tradition: Macy’s Holiday Windows at Union Square.
Monterey County prosecutors have filed charges against two women after authorities found 51 neglected cats in their house and 113 dead kittens in a nearby apartment.
It’s often considered a problem for teenagers, but cats can actually suffer from acne, too.
May 6 – 12, 2012 is Be Kind to Animals Week.
We certainly hear about people suffering from glaucoma. Is glaucoma a problem for dogs and cats, too?
The condition itself isn’t painful but when a prolapsed gland is exposed, it can become swollen or inflamed, otherwise damaged, or an ulcer can form on the surface on the eye, making surgery the only way to correct the problem.
Most of us know that cats and dogs feel pain, but it was previously surmised that they may not feel pain in quite the same way that we do.