For Cats, Especially Older Cats, Weight Loss May Not Be So Good

Weight loss sounds like a good thing, but not necessarily if the weight loss happens to be in a senior cat, as explained by feline veterinarian, Dr. Susan Little, past president of the Winn Feline Foundation.



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  • It is so easy to overlook or even welcome weight loss in an older, overweight cat but many, many times it is the first sign of danger. Even if your cat is acting fine a trip to the veterinarian is imperative if you notice your older cat losing weight suddenly.

  • In reply to andrea dorn:

    thanks - I agree.....

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