Disease's to Watch With Cats


Dental Disease

Did you know more than 50% of cats over the age of three have some form of dental disease! Bad breath is not just gross, but can also be a sign that your furry friend may be affected by a dental disease that can cause uncomfort and lead to serious health problems. 

The most effective way to prevent dental disease as a pawrent is by reducing plaque and tartar build on their teeth, and the best way to do this is with daily tooth brushing! Getting your cat used to having its teeth brushed daily is a great step to keeping them happy, healthy and disease free! 

Visit our blog post on dental disease to get the ultimate guide to your pet's dental health!


Intestinal Parasites

Intestinal parasites can lead to a number of health issues for both kittens and adult cats, that is why being able to detect them is crucial for figuring out the next steps in treating them and preventing them from spreading. The major types of worms known for causing intestinal infections in cats are roundwormstapewormsheartworms, and hookworms

These intestinal worms can lead to problems such as anemia, intestinal obstruction, and poor growth levels; identifying these intestinal worms during a cats youth is crucial because they can have much more negative long term effects on kittens.

Detecting these harmful parasites can be done easily from the comfort of your home without any trips to the vet with ClueJay's vet-approved at-home test kits! Cluejay offers quick test kits that can detect a number of pesky parasites, including: worms, giardia and microbes!