Long live your feline friend!
Cats are pretty self-sufficient, right? While this is true, it reality we can do a lot to extend the length and quality of our cat’s life. Paying attention to the following can really do a lot to add years to your time together:
- Keep your cat indoors if at all possible. Disease, parasites, predators, and man-made dangers such as cars lurk outside for even the savviest of kitties.
- Follow veterinary care recommendations. Routine examinations, vaccinations, parasite prevention, and dental care are important. We have your cat’s best interest at heart and knows that including these types of things into your care routine is vital to your cat’s well being.
- Provide an enriching environment. Cats are naturally curious, and the indoors can get boring. Interactive toys and climbing equipment are enjoyed. Also, dedicated playtime that utilizes your cat’s hunting instincts is important. Lure toys, laser pointers, and other cat-specific toys are great for this.
- Emphasize good nutrition. Provide fresh, clean water and a quality, balanced diet for your cat. Consult with your veterinarian if you think your cat is under- or over-weight.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment for your cat to be seen, give us call!
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