According to PetMD.com, giardia infection in cats is caused by eating infected feces and drinking infected water. Giardia parasites prefer cooler environments, which is why the infection is easily spread through water. G... More »

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Possible symptoms of giardia infection include fatigue, malaise, bloating and abdominal cramps, according to Mayo Clinic. Some people with giardia infection may experience watery diarrhea with a putrid odor, which may al... More »

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The CDC lists the common symptoms of Giardia in dogs as diarrhea, gas, abdominal discomfort, nausea and vomiting, but it cautions that not all infected dogs display symptoms. Official diagnosis and treatment must be pres... More »

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According to WebMD, stud tail is a condition in cats that causes over-secretion of the sebaceous glands located at the tail base, which in turn causes waxy build-up, infection and hair loss at the tail. Stud tail is most... More »

Although cats should always have clean drinking water available, a house cat can survive for a few days or sometimes up to a week without water. House cats were originally from desert climates, so they are predisposed to... More »

Domestic cats are naturally capable of swimming, although they typically do not enjoy water. One reason why cats avoid water is that their coats becomes waterlogged when submerged. More »

To reduce fever in cats, apply a small amount of cool water behind the cat's ears. Place the cat in a cool, comfortable location, offer the cat fluids and contact a veterinarian if the fever is present for over 24 hours.... More »