Targeting care for senior cats and their caretakers

Targeting care for senior cats and their caretakers

Cats may be considered senior as young as 8 years of age. The health status of the senior cat can change quickly, with few or no obvious external signs. Therefore, a senior cat should undergo a routine checkup with a veterinarian at least twice a year.

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