Animal Behavior Network
Error Free Kitten Raising Tips
by Rolan Tripp, DVM and Susan Tripp, MS

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Getting Started - Older Cats

Down the road, when your kitten is seven years old or more,
anticipate age-related behavior and health issues that will need to be identified, addressed, and hopefully managed in such a way that you continue to enjoy being a pet parent and your cat enjoys a quality life as a senior citizen.

Be aware that even minor changes in behavior might indicate underlying medical problems or a decline in cognitive dysfunction.

Early diagnosis and treatment help you control or slow down the aging process as well as ward off the progress of many disease conditions. Annual visits to the veterinarian with diagnostic tests help keep you on top of any underlying problems before they become serious. Make sure you always advise your veterinarian of any changes in your pet's behavior

Error-Free Kitten Raising Tips™ and Positive Cat Parenting™ for your kitten.

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Library topics

Pet Behavior Problems of Older
Pets Who Grieve

Learn to raise a happy, well-behaved cat and fabulous feline friend for life.

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