Schedule annual check-ups to catch any issues early, just like you would with your own health.
Feed your senior cat high-quality, age-appropriate food to support their changing nutritional needs.
Make sure your feline friend always has fresh water available. Dehydration can lead to various health problems.
Engage in low-impact play to keep their joints limber and maintain a healthy weight.
Minimize environmental changes and provide a safe, quiet space for your senior cat.
Regularly brush their teeth or consider dental treats to prevent dental issues.
Maintain a healthy weight to prevent obesity-related problems.
Spend quality time with your senior cat; they thrive on companionship and emotional support.