Recent Questions Tagged 17-Year-Old-Cat-Problems

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Introduce bathing first with damp washcloths to sopping wet washcloths to finally baths. Cats are going to get into things and while they bathe themselves, sometimes they still need a bath. Introducing bathing slowly, will allow your cat to build trust in you and keep him from freaking out later when he actually NEEDS a bath....
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2-Month-Old Kitten: What to Expect. Also: By your kitten’s eighth week she is able to eat solid food on her own. Her motor skills are developed and already she has the ability to turn in mid-air and land on her feet in the event of a fall....
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(Kittens younger than four months should not be left alone for more than four hours. Older than that, they can handle another hour or so. When they reach six months, they can tolerate an eight-hour day without company....
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Very interesting. I ask the community for a detailed answer.......
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Adopting two slightly older kittens may work out, but the general rule is that the younger the kittens are when brought together, the more easily they will accept each other as part of their social group....
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Mine is about 5, very vocal usually. She is now barely able to get a meow out. But still very playful, and eats fine. Also no discoloration of her eyes. My cat is 12 yrs and has also lost her voice. Today is only the second day, but I was hoping someone on here could ease my mind....
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High blood pressure is something else that is more common in elderly cats than younger ones, and can lead to a range of problems such as headaches, racing pulse, and generalised discomfort that might make your cat yowl or otherwise vocalise their distress....
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As previously mentioned, fear in cats can be caused by lack of socialization or by negative experiences. It is important to know that a continuous state of fear in cats can result in elevated stress and anxiety....
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Cat attacks are naturally a cause for worry, especially if you live with children. It is important to note that aggression in cats is a problem that should not be ignored. Cat aggression is a clear sign of high stress and anxiety levels or serious health problems....
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Cats that have lived by themselves for long periods simply may need some time to get used to the presence of another cat. Another reason is that, as a kitten, your cat may have missed out on learning cat etiquette from socially adept adult cats during important periods of socialization....
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According to the ASPCA , it takes most cats eight months to a year to develop a friendship with another cat. Some cats do grow to love each other, but unfortunately, some never even become friends.......
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Let the resident cat see the new one through the partially opened door of his safe room, and once you've repeated this for a few days or a week, allow them to meet, with your supervision, in a neutral room....
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If your resident cat becomes aggressive when she sees other cats outside your home, you’ll probably have a difficult time introducing a new cat into your household. If your cat has lived harmoniously with other cats in the past, the odds are good that she’ll adjust to a newcomer....
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