Posts and tweets about feline care

Posts and tweets about feline care

Use your social media network to raise awareness about feline wellness and care.
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Oct 31, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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DYK? Cats like carriers that open on the top. It saves you both a stressful fight! Get more tips at: bit.ly/1aEsGAF #pethealth #cats

Does every cat in your house have its own litter box? If someone is missing the litter box, and you said no, that could be the issue.


Going out with your cat? Hold the carrier by the sides or bottom to keep your kitty calmer. Learn more: bit.ly/18Hr0ZX #pethealth #cats

DYK? 70% of cats over the age of 4 have dental disease. That’s why it’s so important for your pet to receive proper dental care.


Time to play! More fun times = fit cats vs fat cats. #pethealth #cats

Warning signs to look for in senior cats: Increased thirst and urination, repeated vomiting, bad breath, drooling, or changes in appetite. Sound familiar? Call us ASAP!


A painful cat might not want to jump as high as she used to. Watch changes in behavior carefully. #pethealth #cats

The perfect diet depends on your cat. Age, weight, health, preferences and digestibility all matter. Call our office today to schedule a nutritional consultation.


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