Resources from around the web

Helpful Websites, Videos, and printable PDFs from the world of cats.

The Cat Community

The American Association of Feline Practitioners created The Cat Community to help you learn more about your cat’s natural behaviors, the importance of routine veterinary care, and providing care of your cat, as well as answer many common questions. is here to support your veterinarian and you in the care of your companion animals by providing reliable, up-to-date animal health information from the veterinarians and experts of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), the world’s first and largest online veterinary database and community.

The Cornell Feline Health Center

The Cornell Feline Health Center offers a variety of articles, brochures, and videos online for cat owners and enthusiasts alike.


The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) has compiled information regarding some of the most common feline diseases. You can learn about prevention, signs and symptoms, how your cat could contract this disease, and treatment options.

Ohio State Indoor Pet Initiative

Ohio State’s Indoor Pet Initiative is here to help you make every day your pet’s best day.


vetStreet tips on low stress trips to the vet for your kitty.

Honoring the Bond

The mission of Honoring the Bond is to recognize and honor the human-animal bond by providing support to animal owners. Honoring the Bond services are available, at no cost, to clients of the Ohio State Veterinary Medical Center.

One Health Organization

One Health Organization helps people living in Northeast Ohio access services for the health and care of your pet. For low-income people who are 55+ and/or disabled, financial assistance may be available to cover the cost of veterinary medical care.

Studies have shown that the bond between people and their pets can increase fitness, lower stress, and bring happiness to their owners. But there’s something else you should know.

Save the Couches

Each day, couches are abused and ravaged in the place they call home, by those who are near and dear to them. The reason? Cats destroy couches to mark their territory or simply because they think they’re big scratching posts. This doesn’t have to be the fate of your couch.


Videos for to help with home care

How to administer subcutaneous fluids

Dr. J.C. Burcham explains how to give your kitty subcutaneous fluids.

Easy Way to Pill Your Cat

Is your cat uncooperative and fidgety when it’s time to give them a pill? Let one of the friendly and knowledgeable veterinary experts from Pets Plus Us show you how to quickly and easily give your cat their medication in this informative video.

How to apply spot-on to your cat

How to apply ear drops

Giving a cat a tablet: using a pill popper

How to give your cat an insulin injection

Home blood glucose testing

Learn how to perform a blood glucose test on your cat.

Cat Carriers

Going for a ride

Printable PDF's

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10 Signs of Illness

Cat Captivity

Kidney Disease

Nursing Care

Food Allergies

Food Puzzles

Subcutaneous Fluids

How to: Cat Carriers

Suncutaneous Injections

Intestinal Disease

Indoor Cats

New Cat in the House?

Declawing Alternatives

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