Half of all pet owners have a Senior Cat. It is generally agreed to that senior cats are age 7 to 10 and older.
Modern veterinary care means cats often live into their late teens or early twenties (indoor cats tend to live longer). But living longer increases the chance of developing common conditions some senior cats endure such as Arthritis, Decreased Sense of Smell, Deafness, Diabetes, Obesity, Constipation, Dental Problems, Blindness and Senility. Click HERE to read about these issues and some helpful advice.
In addition, Senior Cats may start developing certain conditions which will affect her health. Heart, kidneys and thyroid are most susceptible. There are many conditions that affect a senior citizen cat…. Read More about SENIOR CATS by Robert Stearns, Pittsburgh Press