Առողջության 10 խորհուրդ ավագ կատուների համար
Laugh. Tears. Friendship. You and your cat have been through a lot together. However, while we appreciate the presence of a pet in our lives, we begin to take it for granted. And your older cat, on the other hand, appreciates everything you have ever done for her. Why not give her back? The following tips, designed specifically for older cats, will show how well you care for your pet:
Visit your veterinarian at least twice a year. The older an older cat gets, the more important it is to keep her healthy and rule out disease.
Check your elderly pet’s health frequently. Inspect it regularly to immediately identify potential symptoms of disease.
For better digestion, instead of one large serving, give your pet food in small doses several times a day.
Avoid overfeeding as obesity can lead to numerous health problems and shorten a cat’s life.
Give her regular exercise to maintain muscle tone and strengthen bones and joints.
Don’t forget about the health of your pet’s teeth. As recommended by your veterinarian, keep her teeth clean by brushing them regularly.
Ask your veterinarian to regularly vaccinate your pet.
Keep your senior cat’s resting area and surrounding area clean, and be sure to eliminate fleas.
Since older animals are prone to laziness, check your cat’s nails regularly and trim them if necessary.
Give her love and attention, because this is the key to a healthier and more fulfilling life for your elderly cat!