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Don’t panic: It’s called reverse sneezing, and in most cases, it’s nothing to worry about.
Don’t start shopping for cat wigs yet. But if your Persian is looking more like a Sphynx, underlying health conditions could be to blame for your cat’s hair loss.
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Fleas sound like villains of a horror movie, and that’s honestly not that far off.
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Ringworm isn’t fun for anyone, but it is treatable — and preventable.
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The best paw balms, based on veterinarian recommendations.