New kitty posts on this site

NB: These are posts on this website.

(See Canberra Cat Vet for Dr Kate’s blog for cats).


      Canberra Cat Vet, Hall Vet Surgery's feline offshoot, is open. Phone Leanne or Dr Kate on 6251 1444 for an… »
  • Snotty-nosed catsSnotty-nosed cats

    Snotty-nosed and snuffly cats are difficult to live with. Their owners put up with sneezes and snot all over the house, as well… »
  • Living with cat allergies – and catsLiving with cat allergies – and cats

    Do you suffer wheezing, sneezing, watery eyes and itchy eyes and arms around your cat? For me, these allergy symptoms are a… »
  • Cat NamesCat Names

    Here's what our clients have been naming their kitties these last three… »
  • Ticks worst in yearsTicks worst in years

    Already this spring we have seen dogs and cats back from the beach with tick paralysis. Reports from the coast say that the… »
  • Kidney failure in catsKidney failure in cats

    What do kidneys do?   The kidneys remove waste products from the blood stream, regulate fluid and electrolyte… »
  • Cat fightsCat fights

    Cats typically have a hate-hate relationship with any strange cat in their presence, yard, or environment. When new cats… »
  • Snake seasonSnake season

    Jonah reports that snakes are out and about again. He found one on Saturday night. His carers thought he wasn't himself on… »
  • Lilies poison catsLilies poison cats

    All species of lilies are toxic to cats. Indoor cats with little choice in plant munching material are most at risk as they… »
  • Festive season for pets?Festive season for pets?

    Spare a thought over the festive season for our pets.  Christmas is a fun time of year for humans but it disrupts our… »

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