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Can cats eat chocolate?

Can cats eat chocolate?

Many of us know chocolate is not good for dogs, but we often don't hear about its effects on cats. Therefore, let's discuss today whether chocolate is bad for cats or not. Our vets in Seattle will explain the toxicity of chocolate in cats, the severe symptoms that could arise if a cat ingests chocolate, and ways to prevent it from happening.

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The Most Common Food Allergies in Cats

The Most Common Food Allergies in Cats

When a cat has a food allergy, it can lead to great discomfort. As a result, it's crucial for cat owners to be able to identify a food allergy so their pet can receive the necessary help. In this article, our veterinarians at Seattle discuss food allergies in cats, including the common causes, signs, and treatment options.

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Why are my cat's ears warm?

Why are my cat's ears warm?

While feeling heat coming from your cat's ears can be perfectly normal, this warmth may also indicate that they are experiencing a medical issue that requires care. Today, our Seattle vets talk about why your cat's ears are hot or warm and when it might be connected to a health concern.

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Cats & Colds: Can They Get Them & What to Do?

Cats & Colds: Can They Get Them & What to Do?

Many pet owners are not aware that their cats can catch colds just like humans and may display similar symptoms such as sneezing and a runny nose. In this post, our veterinarians in Seattle will discuss the causes, signs, and treatment of cat colds.

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Gingivitis in Cats: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Gingivitis in Cats: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Today, our Seattle vets discuss the causes, signs, and treatment of gingivitis in cats.

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Getting Your Cat Fixed: When and What To Know

Getting Your Cat Fixed: When and What To Know

If you've recently welcomed a new kitten or adult cat into your home, you might be contemplating whether to have your new feline companion spayed or neutered. Our vets at Seattle discuss the advantages of having your cat undergo this procedure, which benefits both your cat and the community.

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My cat won't stop vomiting: what to do and when to worry

My cat won't stop vomiting: what to do and when to worry

Although occasional vomiting is normal for cats, frequent or severe vomiting may signal an underlying health problem in your cat. In this article, our vets in Seattle explore the reasons behind cat vomiting, what to do when it persists, and when it's necessary to consult a veterinarian.

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Common Cat Dental Problems

Common Cat Dental Problems

Discover how to spot dental issues in your cat, learn about common cat dental problems, and find out how to prevent and treat them. Dental problems can hurt your cat and affect their overall health. Our Seattle vets are here to guide you.

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Cat Urinary Tract Infections: Causes & Recovery

Cat Urinary Tract Infections: Causes & Recovery

There are a number of other urinary tract conditions that can affect cats, particularly cats that are older or male. Here, our Seattle vets explain more about urinary tract infections and other urinary conditions in cats.

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Are Pet Wellness Plans Worth It For Routine Care?

Are Pet Wellness Plans Worth It For Routine Care?

Are you considering purchasing a wellness plan for your pet but you want to know if it is worth it, and what it covers? Our Seattle vets will discuss wellness plans and why they are beneficial for your pet.

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