In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we are joined by core members of Coalition to Protect and Rescue Pets, an all-volunteer animal advocacy organization based in Massachusetts and leader of the movement to end devocalization of dogs...
Cats' purring frequency has been proven to positively affect human health Death and Taxes Just in case you needed more evidence to support the fact that cats are pretty goddamn awesome, this infographic explains the amazing benefits of a cat's...
In this episode of Tails from The Cat Doctor, we visit 15-year-old Wilson, who has overcome many obstacles in his lifetime. It's a beautiful story of how tough love can help keep your cat healthy for years to come.
Having a basic understanding of what’s normal and not normal when it comes to what you see and feel on your cat can make all the difference in detecting illnesses at the very beginning, instead of after they are practically screaming at you for attention. That’s why we focused our latest episode, Examining Your Cat at Home, on teaching you how to tell whether everything about your cat is in tip-top shape. This episode is now available on demand, serving as a how-to guide for conducting a quick home exam on your kitties. With practice, we assure you that you’ll be able to do this in 5 minutes or less!
The newest episode of Tails from The Cat Doctor is now available on demand, teaching you, step-by-step, how to examine your cat at home so you may catch signs of illnesses earlier, and therefore make treatment not just more successful, but cost-effective as well!
Maggie's Misdiagnosis, a heart-breaking tale about a cat given a diagnosis of a fatal cancer and diabetes at the same time, is now available on-demand. The first part of this two-part episode is available now, and the continuation of her story will air this Saturday, May 4.
Episode 3 of the Tails from The Cat Doctor reality t.v. series is a heart-wrenching story of Maggie’s Misdiagnosis, which could prove fatal for this precious cat. Join us as we provide a second opinion for her loving mommy, share frustrations with poor previous vet care, and begin to work desperately to save Maggie’s life if it isn’t already too late. You’ll never go without a second opinion after hearing her story. Available on-demand beginning Saturday, April 27th at 7:30 PM (EST). For more information and to get more behind-the-scenes info, please join us at http://facebook.com/tailsfromthecatdoctor
In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we are joined by guest Virginia Fort from PETA to discuss the difficult topic of animal abuse and cruelty. It's a hard topic, but we can't turn a blind eye any longer!
What could possibly hold the key for Wilson, our elderly 15-year-old cat patient, suddenly having a new lease on life? In this episode of Tails from The Cat Doctor, we delve into a complex case of diabetes, hyperthyroidism, parasites, and more with Wilson and his doting owner, Lee, an ex-con turned animal lover. In this episode, we focus largely on the treatments that held the key to Wilson recovering from many, many different conditions throughout his lifetime, including losing his need for insulin, overcoming serious vomiting and weight loss, and more. Wilson truly is a cat with nine lives... or maybe more!
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