Veterinarians do not recommend using hydrogen peroxide for cat wound care, as doing so may cause damage to the tissue. Instead, vets recommend using povidone iodine that is diluted until it is the color of weak tea, or c... More »

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Hydrogen peroxide can act as a stain remover, a disinfectant or a whitener, according to Natural Living Ideas. However, exercise caution when using the solution, especially in high concentration. The liquid can cause bur... More »

Hydrogen peroxide is an oxidizing agent commonly used as a bleach or whitening ingredient in various household products. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, when mild concentrations of hydrogen p... More »

Hydrogen peroxide bubbles when it is poured onto a cut or a wound because of an enzyme called catalase, which catalyzes the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide into its constituent molecules of water and oxygen. The bubbles a... More »

Excessive drooling in cats is a symptom of contentment, anxiety, teeth or gum disorders, broken teeth, cranial nerve damage, kidney complications, infected or damaged salivary glands, rabies or the feline herpes virus. D... More »

Cat care essentials include constant access to fresh food and clean water, a clean litter box, regular grooming and having toys available to combat boredom. Cats should also receive regular veterinary care, according to ... More »

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Successfully adopting a shelter cat requires preparation before the adoption, care during the cat selection process and mindful supervision of the new pet after adoption. Before adopting, consider what kind of cat would ... More »

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