Categories for Senior Cats

When Is It Time to Say Goodbye?

December 25, 2019 12:02 am Published by

We all hope that our cats will live to an old age in relative health and comfort, but for a lot of cats, this is not the case. Many cats become seriously ill or injured, sometimes due to old age, and sometimes due to other complications. When this happens, your cat may be unduly suffering, and it’s time for you to make a very hard decision: whether or not to euthanize your cat. Is it time to say goodbye? It’s important that you remember that you are making this decision in the best interest of your cat—not yourself. But how... View Article

Caring for Your Senior Cat

November 8, 2019 11:17 pm Published by

With more and more cats being kept indoors these days, their lifespan can reach or exceed 20 years. However, cats are considered “elderly” at about 10 to 12 years of age—even if they seem and act young, this is the time when most major age-related health issues start developing. Since cats generally hide their pain well, you might not notice that your cat is developing a condition. Elderly cat care in Alexandria, VA begins with an examination—and your cat will need regular checkups now more than ever. This includes vaccinations, consultations on any special dietary needs and observing any new... View Article

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