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How to tell what your cat wants

If you can tell by looking at your cat that he is hungry, tired or in pain, you will be in a better position to know what your cat needs. First of all, have this in mind: cats have sharp senses of smell and hearing so it’s important to make sure that you’re not giving him food and water before you go to bed. Secondly, you will know what your cat needs by examining the feces and urine.

Feces

This is the waste that your cat leaves after the digestion of food. Examine the feces to see if there’s a change in the color, size and consistency of the feces.

To check the color of the feces, you should look at it under a strong light. The feces should look light in color. If it’s dark, then it may mean that your cat is not getting enough food or water.

To check the size of the feces, you should look at the poop, not at the poop itself. And you should look at it under a strong light.

The consistency of the feces is also important. The feces should be a solid mass. If the feces is liquid, it means that your cat is not getting enough food or water.

Lastly, you should look at the feces to see if there’s a change in the consistency. If there’s a change in the consistency, it means that your cat is not getting enough food or water.

Urine

The color of the urine can tell you a lot about your cat’s health. If the color is dark yellow, then it means that there’s a problem in the diet.

To check the color of the urine, you should look at it under a strong light. The urine should be clear. If it’s yellow or dark in color, it means that there’s a problem in the diet.

To check the consistency of the urine, you should look at the urine itself. If the urine is clear, it means that your cat is not getting enough food or water.

The smell of the urine can also tell you a lot about your cat’s health. If the smell is pungent, it means that there’s a problem in the diet.

To check the smell of the urine, you should smell the urine in the bowl. The smell should be sharp. If the smell is not sharp, it means that your cat is not getting enough food or water.

The spraying of the urine can also tell you a lot about your cat’s health. If the spraying of the urine is continuous, it means that your cat is not getting enough food or water.

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