Common Cat Problems and Symptoms
How to tell if your cat has Joint Problems
Diarrhea in cat
Ear problems in cats
Hearing is a hugely important sense to cats. The hunting behaviour of cats led to a better sense of sound, and cats have a better ability than dogs to hear high-pitched noises. Because hearing is so vital for cats, anything that could impair the reception of sound to your cat can have a debilitating effect.
Kidney problems in cats
The kidneys are vital organs that perform a whole host of important functions in the body. Kidneys primarily filter waste materials from the blood (excreting them in urine) and are also involved in the regulation of body minerals and blood pressure, as well as producing vital hormones.
Blindness in cats
Although cats are well known for their excellent eyesight, they are unfortunately not immune to vision problems including blindness. Blindness can occur suddenly but more commonly the process is so gradual that the owner may not notice any problem until their cat is unable to see. Blindness is most common in older cats.