As cat lovers, we all know how much our furry family members love naptime. They'll happily catch some shuteye basking in a ray of warm sunshine or cozying up in other places around the house where they feel safe. Some kitties even snore while they sleep. Learn all about why some cats snore when they snooze, whether snoring is normal, and signs to watch out for that may warrant a vet visit to ensure everything is A-OK with your sleeping prince or princess.
Pyruvate kinase is an enzyme involved in the metabolism of red blood cells. When mutations in the PKLR gene occur, it reduces the functionality of this enzyme and subsequently affects the ability of red blood cells to survive and function properly. Learn about pyruvate kinase deficiency in cats, symptoms and treatment, and the cat breeds that are known to be at a higher risk for this condition.
It's always a good idea to research which breed of cat would fit best with your lifestyle. There are many breeds to choose from, and making a decision can be daunting. However, if you’re in the market for an affectionate and intelligent cat, take a look you may want to consider a Siamese tabby mix. Their personalities are purrfect if you prefer a pet who is always happy to engage with you!
Siamese cats are a popular choice of a pet because they are known for being cuddly, fun, and very affectionate. You may have heard of them being labeled “hypoallergenic”, which means that they tend to cause less of an allergic reaction for allergy sufferers. Are Siamese cats truly hypoallergenic? Cat lovers that are allergic to cats will be happy to find the truth revealed in this blog. And if your fondness for cats has been hindered by allergies in the past, read on to find out what simple steps you can follow to reduce the spread of cat-related allergens in your home!