Senior Cats

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Half of all pet owners have a senior cat. It is generally agreed that a senior is 7 and older. Modern veterinary care means cats often live into their late teens or early twenties (INDOOR cats Live LONGER). But living longer increases the chance they’ll develop common “old cat” conditions. Medical help is important, of course, but here are nine common issues with simple and/or inexpensive ways owners can help keep their aging cats happy and healthy. Read more here.

CATS over the age of 10 are considered elderly, and as she ages, our beloved cat may start developing certain conditions which will affect her health. Read more here.

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