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‘Do you need to protect indoor cats against fleas and worms?’ and other veterinary questions

Do your cats have problems with parasites? Yesterday’s live Q&A on Facebook was with Cats Protection vet, Vanessa Howie and she was answering questions about fleas and worms.

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‘How can I help a timid cat trust their new owner?’ and other behaviour FAQs

Once more behaviour expert Nicky Trevorrow took the reins of our Facebook page and answered live feline behaviour questions from our supporters. Here are just some of the questions that she answered.

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‘Do indoor cats still need boosters?’ and other vaccination FAQs

Cats Protection vet Vanessa Howie answers questions about vaccinations and infectious disease, including why cats have vaccine treatments and whether indoor cats still need regular boosters.

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‘Why does my cat hunt even after eating?’ and other behaviour FAQs

Recently Cats Protection’s behaviour expert Nicky Trevorrow took over our Facebook page and answered live feline behaviour questions from our supporters.

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‘How can I stop my kitten biting?’ and other kitten FAQs

The experiences kittens have within their first two months of life are important in influencing their behaviour right into and through adulthood. During this early period, often known as the ‘socialisation period’, kittens learn what aspects of their environment are ‘normal’ and ‘safe’.

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‘Why does my cat overgroom?’ and other behaviour questions

Do you ever wonder why your cat behaves in a certain way? On Monday we hosted our first live Facebook Q&A of the year with Behaviour Manager Nicky Trevorrow.

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‘Why does my cat have diarrhoea?’ and other veterinary questions

Diarrhoea can be caused by a number of things, both infectious and non-infectious. Common causes include worms and dietary problems. Stress can also be a major cause of diarrhoea.

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‘Why is my cat aggressive?’ and other cat behaviour FAQs

Was the kitten socialised to people during the ages of two-seven weeks? Kittens need to have positive experiences with people and gentle handling at this age to get used to humans, otherwise, they can show feral type behaviour and be quite fearful.

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‘Why is my cat spraying?’ and other cat behaviour FAQs

Following our recent survey which revealed that many cat owners do not recognise the signs of stress, we hosted a live Q&A session on our Facebook page focusing on cats and stress.

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‘How can I treat cat ear mites?’ and other veterinary FAQs

This week saw the third instalment of our recent live Q&A sessions on our Facebook page, as Cats Protection vet Vanessa Howie gave veterinary advice and feline healthcare tips.

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