UPDATED & REVISED 2010 EDITION! Keep Your Cat Loving Longer, Living Better!
In the last few decades, tremendous advances have been made in veterinary technology--nearly tripling the average life span of many pets. But cats that are seven years and older have special needs and require additional emotional support, nutritional help, and medical care. A longer life also means more cats suffer age-related conditions such as kidney problems, diabetes, and arthritis, all of which can be successfully managed with your loving assistance.
- How to entice your older cat into getting more exercise
- What changes to expect as your cat ages--and which changes are natural and which are warning signs that should send you to the veterinarian
- Which pet-spec