Our goal is to be the internet's leading resource on caring for kittens. Here are several ways to get the health, care or behavior answers to any feline related question. Note that only a veterinarian can make a specific diagnosis and treatment recommendation based on the condition of your particular cat.
We provide 4 ways to get your questions answered:
1. PetCoach: A Free Online Veterinarian Is Standing By
The PetCoach service from PetCo has a free online veterinarian that will answer one question per person. After that there is a small charge. Ask your free cat health question here.
Tips for a faster and better answer:
- Start with a clear question
- After you click "continue" you will be asked basic questions about your cat, so no need to provide this information as part of your question
- Do not include contact information in the question
2. Search Our Cat Disease and Behavior Issue Database
Enter your question in the search box below. We've answered hundreds of reader questions so the chances are excellent that we've answered one that matches your particular kitten care concern. New questions and answers are added every month.
3. Ask Our Veterinarian Editor a Question
This is a FREE service that is open to all of our readers. Questions and the responses our Vet provides will be published on the Keeping Kittens site in a few days. Just fill out the form below.
Our ability to respond is based on the number of questions we receive, so their might be a delay. For a faster response use the PetCoach free online veterinarian service.
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