How to keep a cat healthy and prevent disease?
Cat health is an important component of overall well-being, as well as a pet’s good mood. How to maintain the health of a beloved cat and prevent disease?
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A daily inspection will keep your cat healthy
In order to maintain a cat’s health, it’s very important to examine it regularly (ideally, every day).
Inspection begins with the head. Inspect the inside of the cat’s ears — it should be pink, and redness or inflammation should be the reason for going to the veterinarian. And black pollution can be a sign of the presence of ear mites, and therefore also become an occasion to visit a veterinary clinic.
Cat's eyes should be shiny, without discharge.
A healthy cat's nose is moist and clean.
There should not be tartar, tumors or lesions in the cat’s mouth. The gums of a healthy cat are pink; the gum's pale color can be a sign of anemia or other diseases that need to be treated.
A healthy cat is active, playful, does not show unmotivated aggression.
How to prevent cat disease
By observing the following conditions, you can prevent cat diseases and keep your pet healthy:
- A balanced, complete diet, quality products.
- Permanent access to fresh drinking water.
- Attention from the owner and trusting relationship with him.
- Games and exercises.
- Safety and cleanliness in the room where the cat lives.
- Regular grooming and grooming.
- Permanent cat daily routine.