When is it time to go to the vet?
Cats often hide the signs of pain and illness. By the time you notice something is wrong, the problem may be more advanced and harder to treat. That’s why it’s important for you to take your cat to the veterinarian if you notice any of these subtle signs of illness.
House soiling behaviour
(eliminating outside the litter box)
Changes in social interactions
Changes in activity
Changes in sleep habits
Changes in food and water consumption
Unexplained weight loss or gain
Changes in grooming
Changes in behaviour
Changes in vocalization
Welcome to Cat Parenthood:
As part of our continued efforts to raise the awareness of cat care in Canada, we teamed up with Royal Canin and created a checklist that is currently being used across shelters. The checklist is a great tool for new cat owners to educate themselves on giving their new family member a better and healthier life. You can download a free copy here.
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