Your cat is receiving a balanced diet that meets their nutritional needs. Consult your vet for dietary recommendations.
Schedule regular checkups to detect any underlying health issues that could be causing weight loss in your cat.
Check for internal and external parasites such as worms and fleas, which can lead to weight loss in cats.
Dental problems can affect a cat's ability to eat. Learn how to maintain good dental hygiene for your feline friend.
Stress can lead to weight loss in cats. Identify and address any sources of stress in your cat's environment.
Medical conditions like hyperthyroidism or diabetes that can cause weight loss in cats. Consult your vet for diagnosis and treatment.
Evaluate your cat's feeding habits, portion sizes, and meal frequency to ensure they are eating enough.