Annette, if you feed your dog table food and treats, he will not likely want to eat the dry kibble on the floor. Would you? If you feel he is too thin, you can always get your vet's opinion.
Yes. When a wound begins to heal, it can become quite itchy resulting in dogs biting at the itch or irritation.
Veronica, as you likely suspected, this is not normal. There are a number of things that could be wrong with the mama cat and she should be taken to a vet immediately.
Carol, unfortunately, most blood tests do not reveal cancer and I am unaware of any existing blood test for osteosarcoma.
Gloria, you could be right -- your cat may be exposed to dust or other irritating subtances or more likely to a viral upper respiratory infection that could be caught from another cat or from a person
This is a very good question! Some manufactures have small differences but for the most part, there is no difference.
Pam, the cat could have any number of issues- the scariest of all would be something as severe as rabies. However, he would not live very long if that were the case.
Teshaina, you are describing symptoms of an ear infection which may have extended into the middle or inner ear resulting in the head tilting (a form of vertigo).
LD: Sounds like now would be great time for a thorough physical examination by a veterinarian as well as some blood tests and perhaps addition testing.
Christine, why has your pet been put on Prednisone? Prednisone does cause increased thirst and urination which should subside after the medication has been discontinued.