This section of the web site is for those cat health questions that do not seem to fit into any of our other question categories. There are several questions and answers at the bottom of this page that can give you valuable cat information.
If you haven't checked first to see if your concern has a specific category on our site, you should. Below, you will find the methods you can use to see if your question has already been answered.
Dr. Shelby Neely, BM, MA, VMD
If You Have A Cat Health Question, chances are that someone, more likely many cat owners, have had the same question.
One way to find out is to look at the menu bar to the left and select the page that has the same general title as the question you have. Questions and answers about that topic will be at the bottom of that particular page from newest to oldest.
The quickest and easiest way to find new cat health questions and answers as well as new articles about feline health care is to click on The Cat Doctor's Blog on the menu to the left. There you will find a listing from newest to oldest of the 50 most recent additions to the website.
Also on the navigation bar to the left, you will find our Table of Contents which can be a huge help in locating topics in which you are interested.
There's also a search bar at the top of the right column on every page which searches our site for whatever term you enter in it.
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