The cat health guide is committed to providing well researched information on the cat health problems that owners face every day. It is written by cat lovers who understand that while there is no substitute for a Veterinarian, there are often simple things that can be done both at home and with prescription medications.
Our goal is to use everyday language to describe what are often complicated diseases with every page providing a list of sources that were used so that you can do your own research.
Every cat owner needs to be an advocate for their cat's health so that you can ask the right questions when consulting a veterinary health professional. Just like when visiting your own Doctor, it's important to understand what to expect and what your treatment options are.
Our philosophy is to provide suggestions that combine traditional medicine with alternative homeopathic approaches. Often the best results are achieved when both are part of the treatment. In almost every case diet plays a major role in feline health with natural supplements act as an important part of a nutritional program.
Our information is never intended to be a substitute for the advice of a trained veterinarian. They know the specific circumstances of your cat's health and breed and are in the best position to provide advice. Our guide is only here to help answer your cat health questions.
Each page in the cat health guide is organized into sections where you can find a description of the cat health problem, a list of symptoms, a sense of what to expect when visiting the veterinarian for a diagnosis and treatment options.Please write to us with your suggestions and ideas or if you didn't find the information you were looking for.