- Heartworm Society Everything you ever wanted to know about heartworm disease can be found here!
- Virtual Animal Behavioralist Click on the cat, Type in the behavior problem your cat is showing and learn what to do about it
- Growing up with pets: A parent's resource for raising happy kids with healthy pets
- Perfect Paws Pet Training Cat Training. Lots of great information. Scroll down the page to find the topic index.
- Taking your cat to the vet- Good hints on how to make this challenging task a lot easier. Hint: Start working on it now, not later!
- More Taking your cat to the vet -Another article on getting your cat used to going to the vet from the Indoor Pet Initiative website
- Introducing a new cat to your current cat -How to add another cat to your home
- Purina resource for cat owners Purina has set up a website with lots of information about your cat's behavior, nutrition, physical well-being and emotional well-being. There are multiple videos you can watch, and you can submit questions to their veterinary experts.
- Purina Cat Body Condition How to determine if your pet is overweight, underweight or just right.
- National Animal Poison Control Center
This is the website of the National Animal Poison Control Center. It includes a library, links to other sites, and phone numbers for the poison control center.
- Cats and destructive scratching- a great set of videos all about cats clawing and how to control what and where they scratch in your home
- Pollen report If your cat has Atopy (inhaled or environmental allergies) or asthma, the pollen report might help you identify what she is reacting to. This website will give you a 4 day pollen prediction after you enter your zipcode or state!
- Diabetes Mellitus Center for owners of pets that have been diagnosed with Diabetes.
- American Association of Feline Practitioners The AAFP is like the American Medical Association for cat doctors, and has lots of good information regarding feline health
- Indoor Cat Initiative This is a great website put up by Ohio State University to help you make your cat's life as happy, healthy and stress free as possible, and make it easier to travel with your cat, too.
- Free Access Crate Training (FACT) Dr. Millani's webpage can teach you how to make your cat love her crate. Dr. Levinson recommends all cats become used to their carriers, so that trips, whether for a vacation or to the vet, is pleasant for all involved.
- Cat Carriers Friends not Foes A video that shows you step by step what type carrier your cat needs and how to get them used to it for easier trips to the vet
- The Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA) The Cat Fanciers' Association website has lots of pictures, as well as information on cat breeds, cat care, upcoming cat shows, and much more.
- Medicating your cat Always a scary idea if you've never done it before! Here are short videos on using a towel to give medicine, giving pills, using a pill gun, giving liquid medicine orally (by mouth), applying topical flea prevention medicine (like Revolution or Frontline Plus), applying transdermal medicine to your cat's ear.
- Radioactive treatment for hyperthyroidism-one of 3 treatment options, this treatment has a 98% "cure" rate.
- Gluten free canned cat foods- To decrease the risk of diabetes, obesity, liver disease and arthritis, many cats seem to do best on an all canned diet that avoids beef, seafood and gluten (found in several grains). Dr Levinson and Debbie have compiled a list of foods that are gluten free. Most are available at pet stores. Please consult your veterinarian before changing your pet's diet.
- In-Home Pet Euthanasia Directory- A national directory organized by state for this sometimes much needed service.