Problem if cat isn't eating. They develop hepatic lipidosis and burn fat for energy. Before it worsens, take them right away to the vet, especially if they are overweight.
Limping cats are in pain and may be due to arthritis, fractures, foreign objects, or injuries. Check for obvious wounds, or have the animal examined by a veterinarian.
Urge cats eating dry food to drink water. Increased thirst could be a sign of endocrine issues, which are frequent in elderly cats.
Cat urinating more often and in little amounts means more painful urination. Urgent visit to the veterinarian, especially if there is no urine or blood in the urine, especially if the cat is a male.
Cats that do not use a litter box may urinate painfully. UTIs, bladder stones, and kidney disease are the causes.
Cats can get diarrhoea for a variety of reasons, such as illnesses, dietary sensitivities, and stress. If ignored, it may result in dehydration and high veterinary costs.
In cats, frequent vomiting is abnormal and needs medical attention. Infections, obstructions, or diseases like cancer may be to blame.
Atypical mucous discharges are present in cats who have eye or respiratory illnesses. Consult a veterinarian for care and isolate sick cats to stop the spread of disease.
It is obvious that your cat needs to visit the vet if it suddenly appears lethargic and uninterested after being generally lively and playful.
Your cat's lack of grooming or untidy fur may be a sign of a deeper problem. To discover the cause, speak with a veterinarian.
Beware of alopecic areas brought on by skin irritants, infections, or allergies if there is much cat hair on carpets or furniture.