Is your cat trying to tell you something? Have you noticed any changes in your cat’s behaviour?
Do you want to maintain your cat’s good quality of life through its senior years?
In the wild any expression of pain or discomfort is regarded as weakness. This is the reason why most cats will try to hide any of these signs.
It has taken us a long time to realise how common some diseases like arthritis, hyperthyroidism, kidney disease, and hypertension, are in older cats.
We know we can improve the quality of life in many of these cases and most of the times the treatment is simple.
Click on this link IS MY CAT GETTING OLD for a questionnaire to help you find out if your cat has any of the ‘old cat disease’ symptoms.
Simply download and complete the IS MY CAT GETTING OLD form. Then hand it over to our reception and ask for the senior cat consultation.
For further information on caring for your elderly cat, see icatcare.org/advice/elderly-cats
Free Vaccinations for insured cats older than 8 years of age
* Free vaccines for our senior cats (over 8 years old) provided they are regular clients and receive their parasite control from us
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