Caring for Mature Cats

The lifespan of cats can be quite varied, their average life expectancy is 15 years, although in rarer cases they may even survive into their twenties. Recognising that your cat is moving into their final years is important, so that you know when to start catering for their changing needs. The most obvious sign that…

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6 thoughts on “Caring for Mature Cats”

  1. Our Jones is 15 years old, and he is showing the signs of his age. Vet is always around the corner 😛
    But Lilly (the brown tabby) and Lady (the grey Persian) lived till 20 and 22, so we hope Jones will win the game!
    Pawkisses ❤

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      1. We’re not really sure how old he is, but he acted very old when he moved in… we’ve been medicating him for UTIs and arthritis plus giving him a proper diet and he actually is now acting much younger than when we initially claimed him.

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