Identifying Cat illness Problems
Although cats are the ultimate mammals you may/will eventually come across cat illness problems. On this page we will go through common cat health problems, elderly cat health problems, cat eye problems, cat diseases and potential cat accidents. It is important for all owners to understand what issues your cats health is at risk too. By understanding feline healthcare you will be able to make an initial diagnosis that could potentially be lifesaving to your cat.
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Before we start looking at these cat illness problems it is important to remember a few key points:
★ Some believe that cats do not feel pain, this is simply not true. A cat that is to survive in the wild is a cat that doesn’t show their weaknesses. A cat that is ill or injured will try its upmost to act as normal as possible. In a world of opportunity it is important that a cat doesn’t portray a sign or weakness or inferiority to a opportunistic rival or predator. This natural behavior that is embedded into our cats personality makes it very hard for us to spot signs that a cat is ill. In fact, one sign of an ill cat is the complete opposite of frailty… aggression. A cat will try so hard to act normal they will go from weak and humble, to all powerful and aggressive. If you notice this change in characteristic there could be a chance your cat is sick.
★ Your cat should receive a regular check up from the vet. A qualified professional may be able to spot signs of illness at that important early stage.
★ Cat vaccinations are an important part of cat health care. Like with humans a vaccination will train your cats antibodies to fight off potential diseases which could be potentially life saving.
★ Remember if you are concerned about your pets health in any way you should seek professional cat health advice from a qualified vet.
Common Cat Health Problems
￼￼Appetite Changes in Cats
Asthma in Cats
Breathing Problems in Cats
Cat Eye Problems
Convulsions or Fitting
Fleas, Mites, Ticks and Parasites
High Blood Pressure
Sneezing and Runny Nose
Elderly Cat Problems
Feline Coronavirus (FCoV)
Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)
Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)
Feline Parvovirus (FPV)
Cat Accident Problems
Cuts and Bleeding
Veterinary bills can be expensive so a good quality cat insurance is recommended for all cat owners.