Home > Lifestyle > How to have healthy pets > Caring for your cat Caring for your cat 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 Piglet's concern for epileptic cat will melt your heart A cat with special needs that lives in an animal sanctuary has found a new friend to take care of her. Subscribe to receive health tips daily » Like Health24 on Facebook » Ask CyberVet » Leopard filmed licking a baby impala Mutts entered into the US 2015 World's Ugliest Dog House-training kittens Generally kittens are far easier to house-train than puppies. Most kittens are already house-trained by their mothers at the age of six weeks. Top 5 ways to improve life for your senior cat If your senior cat is starting to slow down, there are extra steps you can take to ensure that it is healthy, comfortable and content. You, your cat and the litter tray On the cute kitty ads for tinned foods on TV, you never see a litter tray anywhere. There's a reason for it – litter trays are not very pleasant things to have around. Excessive grooming in cats Cats groom themselves a lot - and sometimes it can become excessive. Why do they do it? How to leash train your cat At any time of year, particularly summer, it’s not hard to find happy dogs on leashes sauntering along with their owners. Here are a few tips on how to leash train your cat. Shield your cat from this killer Cat lover? Then you'll want to protect your feline friends from feline leukaemia virus – a fairly common, highly contagious and deadly disease. 10 things you owe your pet There is skill involved in being a successful pet owner. So before you take on one, read the advice of the Cybervet forum users. Common cat health myths debunked Lots of fibs have been told about felines through the ages. For example, consider the popular notion that it's supposedly healthy for cats to drink cow's milk. Climate change and your cat's health Climate change could have a result in the recent spike in feral cat populations across the US. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors SPONSORED: Don’t just stop smoking, start something amazing Live healthier Fitness » Diet or exercise – or both? Download the maximum mass workout plan to build big muscles in 28 days How to get the most from your cardio workouts How to pick a fitness tracker that's right for you Like a personal coach, a fitness tracker can motivate you to reach goals and strive for new ones. Monitoring blood pressure » Must blood pressure rise with age? Remote tribes hold clues Weight regained after weight-loss op can tell your doc a lot Gum disease may worsen your blood pressure problems Even a slight rise in blood pressure might shrink young brains A new study found that above normal blood pressure can be associated with lower grey matter volume in a number of areas of the brain.