Senior Cat Articles

  • How Long Should You Leave Your Senior Cat Alone?

    Most people think of their cat as aloof and independent, and creatures that don’t require much in the way of attention. Unfortunately, what most people don’t realize is that cats…

  • How an Activity Tracker Can Help Senior Pets

    Older pets need special care and attention, especially if they suffer from certain conditions or ailments. An activity tracker can help senior pets in a variety of ways, to keep…

  • Choosing a Hands Free Sling Pet Carrier

    As pets age, many senior pets prefer to spend more time with their pet parents. For some, there may be medications that need to be administered at certain times, and…

  • Top 5 Reasons a Senior Pet May Need a Waterproof Blanket

    Having pets can be messy business at times. As pets age, some of these messes can become more problematic, causing frustration not only for you, but also for your senior…

  • What is Hemp and is it Safe for Elderly Pets

    As pets age, they are more prone to developing illnesses that can affect mobility such as arthritis, hip dysplasia, or other issues. As more and more hemp products become available…

  • How Open Farm Pet Food Appeals to Senior Pets

    As pets age, issues with meal time can become quite common. Older pets tend to be more finicky at meal time, or some pets are overweight or have health issues…

  • How a Pet Stroller May Help Your Senior Dog or Cat

    Traveling with a pet can be challenging with even the most well behaved, calm, able-bodied pets. But there are certain situations when getting from point A to point B with…

  • Is Raw Food Appropriate for a Diabetic Cat

    Senior cats can become very finicky as they age and if they develop an illness like diabetes, it can become critical for them to eat regular meals. A diabetic cat…

  • Why a Flat Feeding Plate is Better for Finicky Senior Pets

    As pets age, many become finicky eaters who can make meal time frustrating for pet parents. Pet owners often think that switching to senior pet food, adding wet food, broth,…

  • How to Detect Urinary Issues in Senior Cats

    A cat is considered a senior cat at age 7 and oftentimes, senior cats develop urinary tract issues. Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease is not merely one problem, but a…

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