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Supporting Cat Health and Wellness in Troy, MI

Cats are not as mysterious as they seem, though they are notorious for concealing signs of pain and illness. This can make caring for them a little more of a challenge! Fortunately, our team in Troy, MI is glad to help you and your feline family member enjoy many healthy and happy years together. We understand the needs (and sometimes quirky behaviors) of cats, and can provide you with the information you need to give them the very best life. Like dogs, cats need to visit with their vet at least once a year for a checkup, and they also require a nutritious, balanced diet appropriate for their life stage. We look forward to answering your questions and helping you be the best caregiver for your feline companion.

Whether they’re a kitten, adult, or senior, we want to make sure your cat is staying healthy (and we know you do, too). Call (248) 524-0500 to make an appointment, or request an appointment online.

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Essentials for Your Cat’s Health and Wellness

Contrary to popular belief, cats are not completely self sufficient, though they can certainly give that impression. Here are some of our recommendations for giving them a healthy start and keeping them healthy for life:

  • Routine wellness checks with their vet (which include a physical exam, blood work, blood pressure monitoring, and possible vaccinations)
  • Routine dental care and dental checkups
  • A sufficient number of litter boxes in your home (depending on how many cats you have)
  • An age-appropriate and well balanced diet and supplements specific to their age group
  • Daily playtime and exercise
  • Regular coat brushing and nail trims
  • Parasite prevention to protect your cat from heartworms, ticks, fleas, and more
  • Spay/neuter surgery to prevent going into heat and unwanted litters
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Senior Cat Wellness

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Cats don’t stay agile forever; as they get older, their mobility can decrease and they can experience a host of other age-related issues, such as:

  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Vision/hearing loss
  • Kidney disease
  • Urinary tract infections (though these can happen at any age)
  • Hypothyroidism.hyperthyroidism
  • Cancer

To help your senior cat navigate their twilight years, contact us at (248) 524-0500.