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Tripod Cats — The Ultimate Guide to Caring for a Three Legged Cat

Thanks to social media, awareness of the existence of tripod cats has never been greater. But if you’re visiting this article today, it may be because of a number of reasons. Maybe you’re planning to adopt a three legged cat, or your kitty is about to undergo a leg amputation, or you’re simply curious to …

man cuddling grey cat who has only three legs from cancer

Feline Cancer — Understanding Cat Cancer Symptoms, Research & Treatment

A cancer diagnosis is so difficult on so many levels. When we heard the words ‘feline cancer’ as we stood at the vet office with Yoda, we felt powerless, confused, and stunned. It made taking in information difficult, as a sense of overwhelm washed over us.  Yoda has now completed his treatment for Feline Injection …

cat with three legs walking outdoors on harness and leash

Coping With Feline Cancer — What to Do After a Cat Cancer Diagnosis

If your cat has cancer and you’re wondering what to do, we are here to help. Having been through our own cat cancer diagnosis, this is our guide to coping with feline cancer emotionally, physically, and financially.  If you found us here at Fluffy Kitty through our little Yoda’s Instagram, then you probably already know …

gray tripod cat sticking tongue while laying in cat bed

Feline Injection Site Sarcoma: Yoda’s Cancer Story

If you follow Yoda’s travels on our Instagram page, you might have seen our fluffy kitty receiving some extra love, care and cuddles after numerous vet visits, one big operation and several radiation treatments.  That’s because Yoda, we discovered, has developed an aggressive form of cancer called Feline Injection Site Sarcoma (FISS).  As tough as …

FeLV in Cats : Guide to Feline Leukemia Virus | Fluffy Kitty

FeLV in Cats | Ultimate Guide to Feline Leukemia Virus

Leukemia is not only a known danger and life-threatening condition among people. It is also present among cats worldwide, with the slight difference of referring to it as Feline Leukemia Virus or FeLV in cats for short. The Feline Leukemia Virus is the number two cause of death among cats all around the world. Trauma …