Cornell Feline Health Center
Client Information Brochure Catalog

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  Product Quantity
Aggression add to my favorites
Defines the various types and levels of feline
aggression and ways to deal with this
inappropriate behavior.
Brochure Sampler add to my favorites
One of every kind of our Client Information Brochures.
 
Choosing and Caring for Your New Cat add to my favorites
Provides basic guidelines for vaccinations,
nutrition, and grooming.
 
Chronic Kidney Disease add to my favorites
Chronic kidney disease is the persistent loss of kidney
function over time and is the most common of the
various kidney diseases that affect cats.
Common Cat Hazards add to my favorites
Common cat hazards unknowingly surround us, even in our home. Keep your cats from accidentally ingesting something toxic.
Destructive Behavior add to my favorites
Explains destructive behaviors such as scratching
furniture and carpets, and fabric or plant chewing
and provides useful tips for managing these behaviors.
 
Feeding Your Cat add to my favorites
Provides basic feeding guidelines and common
feeding problems.
 
Feline Asthma add to my favorites
Explains the signs, diagnosis, treatment, and
prognosis of feline asthma.
Feline Dental Disease add to my favorites
Get the facts on signs, prevention and treatment.
Feline Diabetes add to my favorites
Explains signs, diagnosis, treatment, and home
care of the diabetic cat.
 
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus add to my favorites
Includes information on common signs of
infection, how the virus is spread, diagnostic
tests, and caring for an FIV-infected cat.
 
Feline Infectious Peritonitis add to my favorites
Answers questions on signs of the disease,
diagnosis, and prevention.
 
Feline Inflammatory Bowel Disease add to my favorites
Discusses basic information on IBD, including
dietary and medical treatments.
 
Feline Leukemia Virus add to my favorites
Answers the most commonly asked questions
about this virus, including prevention of infection.
 
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease add to my favorites
Provides information on treatment of urinary
obstruction and dietary recommendations to
prevent struvite and urolith formation in
the cat's urine.
 
Feline Respiratory Infections add to my favorites
Discusses the causes, diagnosis, and treatment
of various feline respiratory infections.
Feline Skin Diseases add to my favorites
Provides general information on skin diseases and
how a cat’s lifestyle, gender, and breed can affect
their risk of various skin conditions.
 
Feline Vaccines: Benefits and Risks add to my favorites
Presents basic information on feline vaccines
and the benefits and risks of vaccinating.
 
Gastrointestinal Parasites in Cats add to my favorites
Describes life cycle of gastrointestinal parasites
and the importance of routine fecal exams for cats.
 
Grieving Brochure add to my favorites
A guide to help you cope with the loss of your cat.
 
House Soiling add to my favorites
Explains problems associated with house soiling
and offers suggestions for making the litter box
"user friendly".
 
Hyperthyroidism in Cats add to my favorites
Hyperthyroidism is a very common disease
afflicting primarily middle-aged and older
cats. It is caused by an increase in
production of thyroid hormones.
 
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy add to my favorites
Discusses basic information about the most
commonly diagnosed cardiac disease in cats.
The Special Needs of the Senior Cat add to my favorites
Discusses the aging process and its affect on the
cat and tips on caring for an elderly cat.
 
Toxoplasmosis add to my favorites
Primary focus is on the life cycle of this parasite
and ways to minimize human exposure; also
discusses diagnosis and treatment of the
disease in cats.
 
What to Expect When Adopting a Feline Friend add to my favorites
So, you’ve decided to adopt a cat. That’s an exciting first step in making a thoughtful and caring commitment that can last a significant amount of time (10-15 years or more, depending upon the age of the cat!). Knowledge is power, and an important second step is educating yourself about cats’ natural behaviors, needs, and the responsibilities of cat ownership. 
Zoonotic Disease add to my favorites
What Can I Catch From My Cat?