Feed your senior cat a balanced, age-appropriate diet. Consult your vet for dietary recommendations to address specific needs.
Schedule regular check-ups with your veterinarian to monitor your senior cat's health and address any potential issues early.
Help maintain your cat's joint health with supplements or special diets formulated to support mobility and reduce arthritis symptoms.
Maintain your cat's oral hygiene by brushing their teeth and providing dental treats or toys to reduce plaque and tartar buildup.
Encourage light exercise to keep your senior cat active and maintain muscle tone. Interactive toys can be beneficial.
A comfortable living space with cozy beds and a quiet area for relaxation to reduce stress and anxiety.
Engage your senior cat's mind with puzzles, toys, and interactive games to keep their cognitive abilities sharp.