The Health of Your Cat

As well as we take care our cat, it is probable that he suffers at least a disease during his life. The keys for the good health and a long, active and happy life of a cat are that the owner detects immediately when there is a problem and get a prompt attention of the veterinarian.

Since a cat cannot explain what he feels, it is important that we take note of any physical change or of the behavior that could appear, to be described by accuracy to the veterinarian. To do this and in order that we have a better comprehension of the health of our cat, in this chapter start an explanation to the basic anatomy of a cat. Later it relates the infectious diseases and the most common parasites in a cat.

This chapter centers into the more probable medical problems that the owners can find. The start is the symptom or concrete symptoms informing you that something is not well. Examined all the possible reasons of every disease, followed by preventive recommendations and possible forms of treatment. You can find also opinions on if it is necessary to neuter the cat, over the breeding and on the first aids.

How to take the maximum advantage of the veterinarian: The veterinarian is an important collaborator in the cares of our cat. The periodic reviews allow us to detecting any problem before it become serious and there are small changes that we do not observe but the veterinarian can see. Periodical visits mean also that the veterinarian knows both of us; if it is possible, it is necessary to go always to the same one.

The best thing is to register the cat in the veterinarian before he needs treatment. This way he is known, together with his personnel, calm and not in a hurry. By the other side, there are many antifleas and antiworms medicines that only can sell to clients whose cats are patients of the veterinarian, for what, before prescribing some medicine normally it is necessary to examine the animal.

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