Our youngest male cat Toby doesn't like to drink his water from his dish.... instead he'd rather tip the entire thing over in the middle of the kitchen and lap it up from the floor. Is this normal does anyone elses cat(s) do this?
Does anyone have opinions on using lasers as toys for cats? I have had cats that could care less about it, cats that enjoy playing with it and now I know a cat that has become addicted and sits for hours looking for the little red dot. Interested i… more ›
My cat keeps pulling his hair out along his tail and along his spine. The vet has been giving him cortizone shots, but said we cannot keep giving it to him every six weeks. He said the only food that would be completely allergy free for cats is fis… more ›
You've probably seen your cat fan his/her whiskers forward, but I saw Zac actually connecting/touching opposing whiskers! The closest thing I can think of to describe this was that he made "concentric ovals" out of his whiskers. I was so fascinated… more ›
I received a message from Z2 my product review video posted on 12th, Jan has been removed as it did not show use of the product in the video. From this I learned to include the product in use not just propped with the pet or a video of your pet with… more ›
What are some odd/unusual pets you have owned or would like to have? I've had scorpions and a Tarantula... one day would like a snake. Edit: I forgot- when I had a much larger aquarium we had a blue crawfish.
It is relatively rare, but occasionally I have seen "answers" that contain either very poor advice and/or are potentially/actually harmful to pets. Instead of leaving these appear as though they are possible "answers", wouldn't it be more helpful if… more ›
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A: Lipomas (fatty tumors) are typically benign. Lots of vets don't see the need to remove them unless they get really big or are in an area tha… more ›
Answer by Anonymous
A: Usually the fungus is just referred to as Canine Black Fungus or Canine Fungus as far as I know. It's usually a yeast inection caused by a y… more ›