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How Can My Cat Get More Exercise to Lose Weight?

OK, your veterinarian has told you your cat needs to lose weight. You are also told that weight loss is 60% nutrition and 40% exercise.

How do you get your kitty to exercise?

Fortunately, it is not as hard as it sounds.

The following information will help you to change your sedentary cat's lifestyle.

My cat is overweight and I have tried putting him on different diets from the veterinarian but without success-is there anything else I can do to help him lose weight?

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Eye pain in cats is nothing to ignore

Eye pain in cats may be hard to pick up if you don't know what to look for. Most of the time if the eye is causing pain your kitty will wink or squint with the affected eye. There is also likely to be discharge from the eye as well. They may also rub at the eye.

If you know anyone who has a had a corneal ulcer, they can attest to how much it hurts. Let's be sure we don't leave this untreated. It can be very dangerous.

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The Most Common Medical Problems in Cats.

We love our cats here in Orange County. At Newport Harbor Animal Hospital they are as important to us as they are to you. Cats are very good at hiding illnesses from you so you might wonder what the most common medical problems we see in cats at our hospital.

As you read along you will see what occurs most frequently in our feline patients with some important information to help you take care of your kitty. If you would like more details on any of these subjects you can look in our literature section or give us a call.

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Acute Kidney Failure in Cats

Acute kidney failure in cats will create a very sudden illness. This is renal failure that has come on very rapidly. As with humans, acute renal failure will create symptoms that look much like the flu or worse. We have seen cases over the years that had a great response to aggressive treatment. The earlier the owner notices the sudden change and the quicker the response the better. The kidneys are very resilient because they are made up of millions of functional units called nephrons. Our hope is to prevent as much permanent damage as possible.

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Get rid of cat fleas, what can I do?

Cat Flea control has become much easier in the last two decades. Technology has been a friend to all cat and pet owners when it comes to alleviating these nasty parasites. The question you will need to ask is what is the best way to prevent, diagnose and treat cat and or kitten fleas?

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Feline Asthma

Is your cat coughing? One of the most common causes of coughing in kitties is feline asthma. It can also lead to mild to severe problems breathing. In severe cases the cat may be open mouth breathing and struggling with each breath.

What respiratory diseases commonly affect cats?

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Ear Mites in Cats

Is your cat itching his or her ears all the time? Do you see excess black debris in the ears? If you do, this may be a sign of ear mites.

The treatments for ear mites have improved over the years and they are also easy to prevent.

What are ear mites?

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Diarrhea in Cats

Diarrhea is a common and frustrating problem in cats. Short term diarrhea may have very simple causes. Diarrhea of long term duration can be more serious. Our doctors have been dealing with this and other problems for decades. They are here to make your cat's life comfortable and healthy.

The following information should help you to understand more about diarrhea and cats. This will make it easier to make decisions with our doctors regarding the care of your kitty.

What is diarrhea?

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