Posts in the ‘Cat Health’ Category

Feline Asthma

Feline Asthma

For any of you that have a cat dealing with this issue I wanted to address this from a personal standpoint. Let’s first take a look at the disease itself. Feline Asthma has been called by many names, including chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, and allergic bronchitis. Regardless of the name, it is a common feline

Alternative Medicine

Alternative Medicine

Have you ever thought of treating your kitty for what ails it with a natural approach? Herbal Tinctures, Homeopathic, acupuncture and more are great alternatives to drugs. I know from personal experience that acupuncture has done miracles on several of my cats. I started doing acupuncture over 30 years ago, so I was more than

Kibble versus Cans

One of the most important reasons we recommend a grain free can food versus dry food, is kidney function. Since cats are not water drinkers by nature, they should be getting their moisture from their food. A cat will never drink enough water to make up for the dehydration that dry food causes. It is

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Kitty Clothing

If you plan on buying your cat a sweater or jacket for the winter, like for traveling in the car or if your cat is shaved down, be mindful that they do not do well with arms built into the jacket. It needs to be cut up high or better yet, a “horse blanket” style

Cat Whiskers

Some Fun Cat Facts

Your cat has 30 teeth, 16 on the top and 14 on the bottom. There is a total of 24 whiskers on your cat. The upper two rows can move independently of the bottom two. Front leg whiskers allow the cat to gauge and feel prey. A cat is only one of 3 animals that

10 Tips for a Poison-safe Household

Be aware of the plants you have in your house and in your yard (if your cat goes outside.) The ingestion of azalea, oleander, lily, or yew plant material could be fatal to a cat. Visit to see a complete list of toxic plants and cats. When cleaning your house, never allow your cat

Ingrown Nails

Another issue we see are nails that have circled around and grown into the pad of the cat’s foot, causing extreme discomfort and even infection. This is especially true on older cats who may be getting arthritis in their feet, and now the toes are bending forward a little. One of the benefits of regular

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A Groomed Cat is a Happy Cat

Regular grooming promotes better health for your cat and less matting. Cats mat. It is a fact. Whether long hair of short hair, purebred or domestic, they get matted over time. While regular grooming will help to prevent the mats, the best defense is a thorough degreasing bath and blow dry. This is where the

Lisa's Natural Flea Remedy

Lisa’s Flea Remedy

Lisa has a natural Flea Remedy with the perfect combination of Organic Apple Cider Vinegar and Peppermint Oil. It is $12 a bottle and easy to use. You can spray it on your cat and rub it in or put a little on your hands and rub it through your cat’s coat. We use it

Cat and Snow

Holiday Safety

A reminder to us all as we get busy in the next few weeks to prepare your pets for safety as well. Most flowers, such as Lilys, Poinsiettias, Holly, Misseltoe, etc., are toxic for cats. Tinsel, spray snow, ribbon and lights can be dangerous as well. You don’t want to spend your holidays in the

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I wanted to thank you for making our Nora look and feel so good. As I am typing this she is sitting on a shelf she hasn't been able to jump to in a long time. She is grooming herself again and getting around so much better. Thanks again, Anna Drake

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When little Mac and I found Adrienne at City Kitty it changed our lives! With Adrienne’s help and advice, Mac is now healthy and happy – and much better looking, too! Jim

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Adrienne Kawamura, Founder of City Kitty® and Owner of City Kitty® Franchises, is one of the first National Certified Feline Master Groomers, NCGIA. She holds a Master Cat Groomer Certification and is a Master Cat Groomer Certifier with Professional Cat Groomers Association of America.

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