• Tips to Slow Down Your Cat’s Eating Process

    Posted on March 28, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    Many cats can become very excited when it’s feeding time, causing them to eat very quickly. As a cat owner, it’s important to monitor your pet’s eating habits and tendencies – particularly if you’re noticing any changes in their behavior, their physical health, or their mood. There are many negative effects that can result from your cat eating too fast, and it’s critical to take steps to help your pet slow down their eating process. In this article, we’ll discuss why it’s important to monitor your cat’s eating habits, as… Read More
  • Tips to Control Your Cat’s Aggression

    Posted on February 5, 2019 by Doctor Ron
    Most pet owners attempt to train their animals to an extent, and always with the best intentions. Sometimes, however, animals seem to refuse training. Usually animals react to their environments in a number of ways, and often their behavior can be territorial. This is especially true with cats. Cats can become aggressive, particularly when they feel their personal space is being intruded upon. To many pet owners an aggressive cat might not seem so bad; unfortunately an angered cat can do a lot of damage. It might seem stressful to… Read More
  • How To Tell If Your Kitten Isn’t Feeling Well

    Posted on December 30, 2018 by Doctor Ron
    Caring for pets can be tricky, especially cats; they are usually more independent animals to begin with, so it can be tough to be able to tell when our cats aren’t feeling well—if only they had the ability to talk! The best way to notice if our kitten isn’t feeling their best is to monitor their behavioral patterns and look for signs or symptoms of compromised health. Kittens are especially vulnerable to illnesses and diseases before vaccination, so it’s particularly important to know what signs to look for that they… Read More
  • What are the Types of Parasitic Diseases Affecting Cats?

    Posted on August 7, 2018 by Doctor Ron
    Owning a cat is a hugely pleasurable experience, as they can be wonderful companions to us humans. However, their health is a constant concern for us humans, as cats are especially susceptible to parasitic diseases in comparison to other animals. Although parasites are common in cats, they can seriously jeopardize your cat’s health and wellbeing—in some cases they can even lead to death if left untreated. In this article, we’ll go over the basic and most common parasites found in cats and how you can prevent them from occurring in… Read More
  • Why Does Your Cat Appear Grumpy All the Time?

    Posted on April 24, 2018 by Doctor Ron
    If only our animals could talk, we would know more about why they do some of the things they do, or the reasons behind their behaviors. It’s our job as pet owners to determine what our pets’ needs are by asking professionals questions about their health and habits. However, caring for pets can be a little tricky sometimes, as they aren’t able to directly communicate their needs or intentions. One of the common complaints that cat owners especially communicate to their veterinarians is that their cat’s demeanor seems grumpy or… Read More
  • 4 Exercises that Help to Keep Your Cat Fit

    Posted on March 24, 2018 by Doctor Ron
    Humans work on their health every day. We go to gyms, go for walks, go on hikes, and generally move around each day running errands and simply getting on with our daily lives. Animals, particularly indoor animals, don’t have that luxury; they require constant care and attention that is geared toward keeping them active, agile, and healthy. This is especially true for cats, who are by nature hunters and highly active. There are many reasons why activity is important for your cat—especially an indoor cat. Consistent exercise for your cat… Read More
  • Common Health Issues in Cats

    Posted on September 18, 2017 by Doctor Ron
    In Simi Valley, Moorpark, and Thousand Oaks areas of southern California, the number of cat owners has gone up in recent years, making it even more of a pertinent issue to talk about cat health. Like any other animal, cats have a distinct set of health problems that they face more often than other animals. While cats can generally live long, healthy lives, cat owners should know some of the most frequent issues that their kitty friends may face in their lifetime so that they can best prepare for what… Read More
  • Understand What Your Cat is Saying

    Posted on May 30, 2017 by Doctor Ron
    Cats are incredible beings, which explains how their relationship with humans has perpetuated for centuries on end. Cats are intelligent, and intellectual beings; they communicate in what sometimes seems like obvious ways that let us, the humans, know what it is they really want from us. If you are both awe-struck and confused by your cat’s behavior, you may want to consider the reasoning behind their actions. Cats are skilled at getting what they want from humans; in fact, at times it seems like they are the owners and we… Read More
  • Trusted Cat Kidney Failure Treatment in Simi Valley

    Posted on April 10, 2017 by Doctor Ron
    Our beloved animals are a huge part of our lives. They are trusted companions, they are resilient, and yet they need us to care for them as much as we need them. When a pet becomes ill, it can be emotionally traumatic and stressful. Maintaining composure in these difficult times is what they are relying on us for. Part of fulfilling that reliance means finding exceptional animal health care professionals that understand the undying love you have for your pet and vow to dedicate their time to finding a solution… Read More
  • Less Known Diseases In Cats & How To Identify

    Posted on February 23, 2016 by Doctor Ron
    People who own cats are some of the most dedicated pet owners in the world. They love their little friends and do many things with them. A cat owner should understand there are a number of diseases that affect their felines. Some of these are not that common but can be fatal. Various cat diseases Feline Leukemia One is known as feline leukemia. Cats can get this disease from sharing food and even water bowls. The disease can be passed on from a mother to her kittens. This is a… Read More