Ticks and fungi in cats
Among the tormentors of animals are intradermal parasites, representatives of the arachnid class. They cause itchy scabies (sarcoptosis, notoedrosis), ear scabies (otodecosis), and iron gland (demodicosis). Sarcoptosis The skin disease…

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RELATED BREEDS: ABISSIAN AND SOMALIAN
Many people do not see any difference between the Abyssinian and Somali cat. However, the Somali and Abyssinian - are different breeds. After reading this article, you can easily recognize…

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Feeding cats with natural food
Despite the presence in the sale of a large number of specialized feeds designed for different age categories, the question of feeding cats with “natural” feeds remains topical (if only…

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most acutely affected

Wool in the cat’s stomach

The skin and its covers are a natural protective barrier that protects the cat from the negative impact of environmental factors. In addition to the protective, the skin performs thermoregulatory, excretory and receptor functions. In addition, many metabolic processes occur in the skin, which in one way or another are reflected in the work of all body systems.
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Major Cat Diseases
The development of the veterinary medicine of small domestic animals in our country began relatively recently. Even 30–40 years ago, most people did not even think to invest in the…

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If a cat scratches upholstered furniture - what to do?
Breeding cats Every month dozens of Russians buy kittens, which in a few weeks grow into adult cats and begin to do what their owners do not like very much…

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Feeding domestic cats
The rules for feeding indoor cats are based on an understanding of their physiological and behavioral characteristics. What features are peculiar to domestic cats and what care they need? What…

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History of the Don Sphynx
Once upon a time lived in Rostov-on-Don a very ugly kitten. Or rather, not a kitten, but a cat Barbara. Barbara lived on the street and, of course, like all…

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