Preventing Deadly Feline Kidney and Urinary Disease with a Simple Cat Food Choice

This post sums up vital information that cannot be repeated often enough…
In a cat longevity survey I did, at least 80% of the cats who lived for over twenty years had wet food as a regular part of their diet. (They ate it several times per week, though not always exclusively. Some had dry food in addition to wet food.)

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Review: Adventures in Veterinary Medicine – What Working in Veterinary Hospitals Taught Me About Life, Love and Myself

I was recently given a copy of a Kindle book written by Ingrid King, publisher of the award-winning Conscious Cat blog. It’s called Adventures in Veterinary Medicine – What Working in Veterinary Hospitals Taught Me About Life, Love and Myself. This little book is ideal for anyone wondering what it might be like to work in the veterinary world. […]

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Cat food FAQ and update

As it turns out, the cat food universe changes and expands almost as fast as the number of questions I get about cat food grows each day. The time has come for Frequently Asked Questions! What do you think of  _{fill in the blank}_ pet food company?  As much as I wish it were as […]

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How do people become cat converts? One woman’s story

Intro from Liz: Because cats are often misunderstood (and therefore mistreated or unadopted) in our culture, I think cat convert stories are important. When I met Rachel, I was quite charmed by a photo of her and her cat (shown here). She told me he was a special hospice therapy cat. I wanted to know more, […]

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Incurable to Cancer-Free in One Year: How Nate-the-Cat Survived High Grade Lymphoma

Like so many cancer stories, this not a simple one. It involves conventional treatments that don’t work out, but it ends with natural treatments and a happy cat! This story is a big deal to me because I lost a cat to high-grade (large cell) intestinal lymphoma. While low-grade lymphoma is more treatable, cats are […]

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