Bravecto, Credelio, Nexgard and Simparica flea treatments might cause seizures in cats and dogs

No isoxazoline class for these kittens

CBS News tell us that cat owners should be aware that Bravecto, Credelio, Nexgard and Simparica flea and tick treatments might put cats (and dogs) at an increased risk of neurological adverse reactions including seizures, ataxia (disjointed movement due to … please continue reading

Picture of the worst cat eye infection that you will see

Picture of worst cat eye infection that you will see

GRAPHIC IMAGE: This is the worst looking cat eye infection that you will see in my view. I was reluctant to publish it. However, it is so common to see stray cats with ghastly bacterial eye infections rendering the poor … please continue reading

Veterinarian says that 90% of cats with hyperthyroidism are cured with radioactive iodine

Radioactive iodine treatment for cats

Dr Laura Bahorich VMD, a veterinarian at Memphis Veterinary Specialists, tells us that she has a 90% success rate when using radioactive iodine or I-131 to treat domestic cats with hyperthyroidism. The price of the treatment is $900. It is … please continue reading

Weedkiller ‘Roundup’ caused terminal cancer in groundskeeper so what about cats?

I am sorry to hear that Dewayne Johnson, a groundskeeper contracted terminal cancer from Monsanto’s weedkiller, Roundup. It contains a dangerous herbicide, glyphosate, which Johnson proved caused his cancer. Monsanto hid the dangers of this herbicide for years putting profit … please continue reading

Connection between dry food and an increased risk of feline diabetes

Does dry cat food cause feline diabetes?

People ask Dr Google: ‘does dry cat food cause diabetes?’. For me the answer can be found from two sources (1) a study published on 1st December 2016 ‘Environmental Risk Factors for Diabetes Mellitus in Cats‘ and (2) a book … please continue reading