Lice And Your Cat
Lice live on the skin of your cat, and feed on the skin itself. Lice can be uncomfortable for your cat, and can make them itchy and sore in large numbers.
Lungworm And Your Cat
Cat and dog lungworm are not the same parasite, and cat lungworm is not as severe. Lungworm in cats is rare in the UK but, the number of cases are rising.
Giardia And Your Cat
Giardia are a type of protozoa which lives in the small intestines. Affected cats can get nasty diarrhoea, as well as spreading the parasite to others.
Toxoplasma And Your Cat
Worried about Toxoplasma and your cat? Read our professional pet health advice on everything you need to know to about Toxoplasmosis & your feline.
Ticks And Your Cat
Cats are fastidious creatures, and their regular coat cleaning means they are much less likely to pick up ticks than dogs. Click here to find out more.
Heartworms And Your Cat
Find out all the information you may need about heartworms and how they might affect your cat - including prevention and treatment
Fleas And Your Cat
Fleas are tiny parasites that love to feed on your cat’s blood, the bite usually causes your pet to scratch, and it can lead to irritation and allergies.
Tritrichmonas And Your Cat
Tritrichomonas is a microscopic parasite which lives in the large intestines of cats, where it causes diarrhoea. Book an appointment if you are concerned.
Tapeworms And Your Cat
Learn all you need to know about Tapeworms in cats with Companion Care. Professional advice about the causes, symptoms, prevention and treatment of Tapeworms.
Mites And Your Cat
Mites live on the skin of your cat, and can make them itchy, uncomfortable and looking less than their best. Contact your vet if you are worried.
Toxocara (Roundworms) And Your Cat
What are the causes for Roundworms in cats? How do you prevent and treat Roundworms for your cat? Read professional advice form our qualified vets today.
Hookworms And Your Cat
Hookworms are a small type of roundworm. Despite their small size, however, they can still cause problems in our cats, although less frequently than in dogs.