When We Talk About Feline Behavior, Does Their Tail Have a Say? 

Contrary to popular opinion, cats know exactly what they want and how to get it. Using incredibly direct, yet bafflingly subtle, tactics they appeal to our generous natures for affection, attention, and occasional treats in exchange for a little human-feline conversation. 

While we don’t share the same language, we can definitely understand cats better when we pay close attention to feline behavior. And in order to do that, we must recognize the power of the tail!


Are Vaccinations for Indoor Pets Really Necessary?

If your pet resides solely in the safety of the bubble of your home, it is not a stretch to question how necessary vaccinations truly are. After all, why would you need to protect your pet if they are never exposed to anything?

Read on as Fairview Veterinary Hospital breaks down the age-old question as to whether vaccinations for indoor pets are really necessary.

In Short, Yes

As trusted medical professionals, we know that most of our clients trust us when we say that vaccinations for indoor pets are necessary. It doesn’t hurt to know why, though! There are some very good reasons that indoor pets need protection, too.


Medical Problems in Cats that Feline Fans Should Know About

A man holds his cat while looking at his phone

Cat lovers won’t hesitate to confirm that the feline species is pretty perfect. Like it or not, however, cats are biological beings and susceptible to the constraints of a physical body. They can succumb to many of the same diseases and conditions as other species.

While medical problems in cats are not totally avoidable, there are certainly things that us cat lovers can do to help them live out their nine lives well. Understanding the common conditions diagnosed in cats and what to do to avoid or manage them can help our feline friends have long, happy lives.