7 Most Popular Hairless Cat Breeds in the World

Hairless cats have a distinct appearance, but they have a dedicated following. What is the reason for this? Ok, they’re super smart—some people also say that they’re more intelligent than other breeds. We will not take sides, but we have put together a few of our favorite hairless cat breeds below. These are the hairless… Continue reading 7 Most Popular Hairless Cat Breeds in the World

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Toxoplasmosis in Cats

Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic infection induced by Toxoplasma gondii, a microscopic parasite. It can be found in a variety of animal species, but cats are the most common carriers of the parasite to humans. Toxoplasmosis affects over 40 million people in the United States. People and animals rarely display symptoms during or after infection, although… Continue reading Toxoplasmosis in Cats

What Do Jellyfish Eat?

Jellyfish, which have umbrella-shaped bells and trailing tentacles, are mostly free-swimming marine species. These aquatic creatures can be found in all types of ocean water, but they prefer warm tropical and cold arctic waters. These animals aren’t fish at all; they’re invertebrates because they don’t have any bones. Furthermore, jellyfish lack brains, cores, lungs, and… Continue reading What Do Jellyfish Eat?

Lyme Disease in Cats

Lyme disease is among the most common tick-transmitted diseases globally, although it is rare in cats. The condition is caused by a bacteria spirochete species belonging to the Borrelia burgdorferi genus. The most common clinical symptom in cats is lameness due to joint inflammation, a loss of appetite, and lethargy. Some cats develop kidney problems,… Continue reading Lyme Disease in Cats

Autoimmune Disease in Cats

The symptoms of systemic autoimmune disease in cats, such as lack of energy, fatigue, skin ulcers, joint pain, and weight loss, are usually unclear. A definitive cause is often not recognised, but a genetic pattern (such as with Persians and their crosses) or viral causes is suspected in many instances. The outlook for the long… Continue reading Autoimmune Disease in Cats

Cherry Eye in Dogs

The ‘third eyelid’ or Cherry Eye is a condition that develops when the nictitating membrane or third eyelid is shifted from its position and protrudes over part of the eye. Apart from cats and dogs, the third eyelid can be found in a variety of animals and also plays a significant role in vision, allowing… Continue reading Cherry Eye in Dogs

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Addison’s Disease in Cats

The adrenal glands in a feline are positioned in front of the right and left kidneys. There are two important parts of each adrenal gland that include the cortex(outer layer)and the medulla (the center). The adrenal cortex consists of three layers, and each contains a different collection of steroidal hormones. They include the following: The… Continue reading Addison’s Disease in Cats

Autoimmune Disease in Dogs

Autoimmune disease in dogs occurs at any age and is uncommon. It happens when the entire body of the dog develops and deposits high antigen-antibody complexes, targeting cells, organs and tissues as they would usually target diseases. Systemic autoimmune disease in dogs refers to a variety of autoimmune diseases in which a dog’s immune system,… Continue reading Autoimmune Disease in Dogs