Ah, summertime, it’s the season we all look forward to, isn’t it? But for the almost 16 million hay fever sufferers in the UK, the warmer weather, drier conditions and higher pollen counts can be a nightmare. For them, allergic rhinitis is definitely more a case of ah-ah-choo! But if you’ve noticed your feline friend suffering along with you, maybe you’ve wondered: do cats get hay fever too?
Where Do Outdoor Cats Like To Sleep? While certain indoor cats tend to treat their owners like ‘staff’, outdoor cats tend to have a more gritty, street-smart existence. One of the two main challenges outdoor kitties face is finding safe, warm and dry places for them – and sometimes their kittens – to sleep.
Cats can catch colds and flu in the same way people do. Cat colds have very similar symptoms to human colds, including runny noses, red, watery eyes, and an upper respiratory infection accompanied by a cough. What is different between the common cold as we know it and cat colds, or cat flu, is the … Read more