cat-300572As cats age, it requires special care and attention to keep their quality of life high. Caring properly for your geriatric cat will help them live a happier, longer life with your family.

Preventative care is the best way to avoid illness, and regular exams and checkups are important for detecting changes in your cat’s body chemistry. Even seemingly healthy cats should receive regular exams as they are very good at disguising symptoms. This often leads to the exacerbation of health issues.

Proper nutrition is also vital to a geriatric cat’s overall health. We offer nutritional counseling, so feel free to contact us today to discuss your cat’s diet and ideal weight.

To learn more about how we can care for your geriatric cat, please contact us today.