How To Keep Your Cat Living a Healthier And Longer Life? - PawPawUp

How To Keep Your Cat Living a Healthier And Longer Life?

Tip 1: Don't leave your cat in a constant state of anxiety

Cats that are chronically stressed and in a low mood may give result to abnormal behaviours such as messy urination and pooping, which can even lead to urinary tract disorders.

Obvious signs: loss of appetite, defecation everywhere, excessive fur licking and irritability.

How to prevent it:

  • Increase your cat's companionship and interaction.
  • Arrange enough cat toys or cat trees to meet your cat's play needs.
  • Change the living environment if necessary to calm the cat.
  • Choose suitable cat litter, cat litter box and clean it regularly.
  • If you are a multi-cat household, try to have one bowl for each cat. One cat in one litter box.

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Tip 2: Be alert to chronic kidney failure

Chronic renal failure is common in cats and can be difficult to detect at an early stage. Once a cat has developed kidney failure, it can be very difficult to cure.

Obvious symptoms: Drinking more and urinating less, weight loss, lethargy and a marked reduction in appetite.

How to prevent it: 

  • Say goodbye to cat food high in phosphorus, freeze-dried, tinned etc.
  • Let your cat drink plenty of water and clean water.
  • Keep the litter tray clean and the food bowl clean.
  • Have regular check-ups, vaccinations and de-worming.
  • Do not eat low quality food.
  • Keep away from food, flowers and household items that are harmful to cats.

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Tip 3: Avoiding overweight

Obesity can cause metabolic disease, diabetes, joint disease and kidney disease in cats. It is very important to keep your cat at a healthy weight.

To determine a cat's fatness:

How to prevent it: 

  • Play with your cat every day and increase your cat's exercise.
  • Feed at regular intervals.
  • Try to avoid snacks with too many additives.
  • Post-neuter cats tend to gain weight and more attention should be paid to their diet and exercise.

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