Your cat's weight can say a great deal about his or her health. An overweight cat may have a thyroid issue, and it puts them at a greater risk of certain health conditions. On the other hand, if your cat is losing weight, and not by you regulating food intake to help with weight control, it may indicate an infection, parasite, thyroid disorder, kidney problem, anxiety, or another issue that requires the care of a vet.
With today’s advances in veterinary medicine and improved nutritional options, senior cats can remain healthy and active well into their teens and beyond. Many consider a cat to be a senior when they hit 12 to 14 years of age. While some senior cats may need additional care and attention as they age, others experience relatively few changes to their overall health.
Your cat has ways of communicating with you, such as through purrs and meows. Your cat might have no problem biting or growling when they come in contact with another animal they are not fond of or may even do this to people who he or she does not like. However, felines have another way to speak to you -- through their tails. So, what is that tail saying?
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