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 […]
Holistic veterinary expertise is still rare, but some of the experienced ones are now available by phone. This can be very helpful if your local vet doesn’t have all the time and expertise you need.
If you need to do some cat health research and don’t want to waste time on the outdated, the misinformed, the dubious, the bogus, and the advertising-centric, this list should help.
Last Updated: May 2011 We have two cats and yet rarely get hairballs at our house. Our cats are short-haired, but 1-2 hairballs total per year is very few indeed. If you’re like me, you may yearn to give your cat something besides those petroleum/mineral oil hairball products. (See my worries about ingesting petroleum jelly […]
Cancer is afflicting about 50% cats over age 10 now. That’s shocking to me. As is the fact that lymphoma has become more common in cats than in people. Plus, it’s been affecting younger cats lately too. I lost a feline soul mate to cancer, so I vowed to do everything I can to prevent that from ever happening again. I’ve taken a lot of care in selecting 3 key cancer-prevention tactics. I think if I had known these things long ago, my feline friend may have lived longer…
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Welcome, cat lover! My name is Liz and this blog is devoted to the health and happiness of cats and their delightful, creative, intelligent, busy humans. I'm a writer and holistic nutritionist who has always been inexplicably obsessed with felines. I seek to save cat lovers time and heartache and to celebrate our "soul cats."