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What age is considered senior in cats

According to the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) an older cat is considered to be a senior cat when it is 12 years old and older.

7. What is a senior cat's life expectancy?

It can vary from cat to cat depending on the health of the cat and the owner's care of the cat. Some cats have a life expectancy of 10-15 years while others can live up to 20-25 years.

8. What happens when the senior cat is no longer able to eat and drink?

When the senior cat is no longer able to eat and drink, the veterinarian may be able to give the cat a special liquid diet to help the cat eat. Sometimes it is recommended to place the cat on a feeding tube, which is a tube that is inserted into the cat's stomach to help it eat.

9. What is the most important thing to remember when caring for a senior cat?

The most important thing to remember when caring for a senior cat is to keep the cat clean and healthy. The veterinarian will advise on what type of food and liquids the cat needs to be healthy and to ensure the cat is getting all the nutrition it needs.

10. What would be the best way to care for a cat who has arthritis?

The best way to care for a cat with arthritis is to try to keep the cat as active as possible. The veterinarian can show you how to provide the cat with a safe environment and ways to help the cat stay active.

11. What is arthritis?

Arthritis is a painful condition that happens when the joints don't move properly. Arthritis is a condition that usually develops slowly, but can also develop suddenly.

12. What are the signs of arthritis in cats?

The signs of arthritis in cats are a loss of balance, a decrease in the cat's ability to get around, and reluctance to move.

13. What does it mean when a cat is limping?

When a cat is limping, it means that the bones in the leg are not working properly and that the cat is unable to move its leg properly.

14. What should you do if you notice your cat is limping?

If you notice your cat is limping, the veterinarian will advise on what you should do to help the cat.

15. What should you do if your cat is limping?

If you notice your cat is limping, the veterinarian will advise on what you should do to help the cat. If the cat is not walking, the veterinarian may recommend that the cat be placed in a carrier that can be wheeled around the house.

16. What is essential oil?

Essential oil is a natural liquid that is extracted from plants, herbs or trees.

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