As many of you know, in addition to my veterinary work, I also am a writer. I have this blog and I am the former medical editor and contributor to Catnip magazine. I was the Ask the Vet columnist for Cat Fancy for many years. Sadly, Cat Fancy is no more, and was replaced by a new magazine, Catster.
I am happy to report that I’ve just been offered (and I’ve accepted) a position with Catster as the writer of their new column, “Body Parts”.
This will be a fun, informative look at the different body parts of the cat – where they are located, what they are, what they do, why it’s important, and when do we know when something has gone wrong. It sounds like a fun column, and I’m looking forward to it.
I’ll be certain to post updates when one of my articles gets published on Catster. Here is my Catster profile and here are some of my recent articles published:
- What is Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome? Seemingly nutty feline behavior can sometimes be a sign of FHS – feline hyperesthesia syndrome.
- Diabetes in Cats — Who’s at Risk, Symptoms & How to Treat It Increased thirst? Peeing a lot? Eating but still losing weight? Find out if it’s feline diabetes — and how to treat it.
- Let’s Talk Feline Herpesvirus Treatment Let’s look at antibiotics, eye drops, antivirals, increased humidity and lysine as means for feline herpesvirus treatment.