Home > Lifestyle > Pet Health > News News All sections in Pet Health » About Pet Health » Behavioural problems » Caring for your cat » Caring for your dog » Pet health tips » Pet safety » Pets and people » Your pet's health » Pet Health News Easter lilies can kill your cat According to the US Food and Drug Administration Easter lilies can cause kidney failure in cats – the same is true for Tiger, Asiatic, Day and Japanese Show lilies. Subscribe to the Newsletter » Like Health24 on Facebook » Ask CyberVet » Animals with prosthetic limbs Chatty creatures - best laugh ever! Your dog truly loves your scent You smell better to your dog than other people, or even other dogs, brain scans show. Successful mass animal sterilisation in Khayelitsha The South African Mass Animal Sterilisation Trust have moved their focus to Site C in Khayelitsha to complement their campaign in Site B. This little doggie is saving the African frog Large-scale construction in Gauteng is threatening the African Bullfrog with extinction, but a border collie is being trained to sniff them out. Cat bites may lead to serious infections When cats bite, their sharp teeth can inject hard-to-treat bacteria deeply into the skin and joints, increasing the risk of serious infection. Paddle boarding with your dog in Rio In Rio de Janeiro dogs take to the waves with their owners for a stand-up paddle board race. Cats domesticated for their hunting skills A study in northern China focused on how cats became domesticated in ancient times. “ Latest comment on Health24 Daniel Christiaan Cronje says... Look at the situation the state health care is in what will happen to this facilities in future. Aids Healthcare Foundation to build clinic in SA ” New animal literally sexes itself to death Western Australian scientists hit the jackpot this week when they discovered three new species of marsupial in the backwoods of Queensland. Hope for your disabled pet If you have a pet you'll be touched by this video which tells the life story of a kitten born with severely deformed hind legs. Dogs recognise facial features A study found that dogs can recognise the faces of people and other dogs they know. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Momentum Health OatWell Dual Cross Is being overweight or obese dangerous? Tips to keep your immunity strong this winter Smile your way to better health Live healthier Strenghten your immunity » Keep your immunity strong Immune system boosters Boost your family's immunity 5 immune boosters in your kitchen You don’t need a handful of vitamins and supplements to keep your body healthy, check out these five immune boosting foods you probably already have in your kitchen. Laugh a little » Eat yourself happy Laugh more and live longer Laughing yoga the best medicine The healing power of laughter A good chuckle doesn't only make you feel happy for a moment, it's beneficial to your health too.