Sadly this is the last week of our cat health blogs. 🙁 I hope all my feline fans have gotten a few helpful tips. Please just remember 6 month exams are very important. We love our cats and want to make sure no serious health issues arise. So, keep a watch out for any behavior changes. Things like eating constantly and not gaining weight could be a sign of hyperthyroidism. Drinking lots of water and not eating much cold be a sign of kidney disease. Either of which (if caught in time) could be managed with a special diet or medications. Liberty Veterinary Hospital is a great place to go if you need an exam for your feline baby. Living longer due to improved health care is true for humans and pets alike. If you’re living longer, you sure want your pet around longer too. 🙂
That wraps up our cat health month. I hope you found all the underlined clues for the raffle question, which is… “what do all the underlined clues have in common?”.
Send your answer via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and make sure to identify yourself, so we know who to enter into the drawing! Winner will be alerted by email in November 2016. A 6 month supply of feline parasite prevention could be yours soon. Good luck, and see you next week when I will cover holiday safety for dogs and cats.