The long overdue updating of this website is finally complete. My apologies for the years of site neglect but, you know, life happens.
A 2022 AVMA survey suggests that there are multiple barriers to our goal of benefitting from informed nutrition discussions with our vets.
Exercising extreme caution with houseplants that are potentially toxic to cats is essential. Pay special attention to lilies because many common ones can poison our feline friends.
Hepatic lipdosis – a dangerous condition in which fat accumulates in individual liver cells – is a real risk for obese cats that stop eating altogether.
Knowing what the two main jobs of a cat’s pancreas are – and what high-carbohydrate diets do to it – arms you with information to avoid or manage feline obesity and diabetes.
No one wants to have to give a pill to a cat, but if you do, learning how to do it safely so you protect kitty’s esophagus is a wise idea.
Inquiring into the wisdom of the dominant paradigm regarding annual revaccination of pets is a worthy endeavor.
I will personally not allow the use of an injectable antibiotic, Convenia, for my cats.
My fall 2007 reading list suggestion for folks who are interested in getting savvy about healthy ways to feed cats.