Cat Health Info Center
Cats are masters at hiding illnesses, so even the most subtle changes can indicate a health problem. Many serious feline diseases show few, if any, clinical signs until the disease has progressed to the advanced stages, but if caught early, through routine urine and blood tests, many feline diseases can be managed through nutrition or drug therapy. Routine preventive care is critical to keeping your cat healthy.
The Feline Health Info Center is here to help you learn more about the diseases that affect cats—and how to spot signs of trouble.
- Health Warning Signs
- Is Your Cat at Risk?
- Current Morris Animal Foundation–funded Feline Health Research
- Morris Animal Foundation–funded Clinical Trials
- Feline Disease Resource Center
Other Health Resources
Our focus at Morris Animal Foundation is to fund feline research through and let cat lovers know about these breakthroughs. The following additional resources can provide you with additional information about giving your cat the best care possible.
- AAFP-AAHA Feline Life Stage Guidelines
- AAHA-AVMA Feline Preventive Healthcare Guidelines
- AAHA Dental Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats
- AAHA Nutritional Assessment Guidelines for Dogs and Cats
- AAHA Senior Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats
- AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats
- CATegorical Care: An Owner’s Guide to America’s #1 Companion
As always, check with your veterinarian and other local organizations (shelters, humane society, etc.) about resources that may be available in your area.