How to extend the life of your cat?(1) Pay attention to daily care
After raising a cat, you need to comb the cat's hair with a hair comb every day. This can keep the hair smooth and remove the floating hair on the surface. It can also promote blood circulation and enhance feelings;
Cats should be dewormed externally every 1 to 2 months and internally every 3 to 4 months to reduce the chance of being infected with parasites;
It is best to bathe once every 2 to 3 months to keep the cat clean and avoid washing it too frequently, which may cause skin diseases;
Clean the cat's litter box in time, because cats love to be clean. If the litter box is too dirty, the cat will refuse to use the litter box.
(2) Get vaccinated
Cats can be vaccinated when they are about 2 months old. The cat must be fully vaccinated with triple feline and rabies vaccines. This can improve the cat's resistance and reduce the risk of contracting infectious diseases.
In the future, vaccination will be required once every 1 to 3 years, depending on whether the cat's body still has antibodies. Regular vaccination can help cats live longer!
(3) Regular physical examination
After raising a cat, you should take the cat for a physical examination once a year. This can check the cat's physical condition and adjust the feeding method according to physical changes. After the cat enters old age, it is recommended to have a physical examination every six months.
The function of a physical examination is to detect abnormalities in the cat's body, adjust the feeding method according to the actual situation, and listen to the opinions of the veterinarian.
(4) Proper exercise
Many cats have a lazy personality and do not like to exercise, so they easily gain weight in middle age and cannot control it. Excessive obesity in cats can easily lead to various diseases, so the cat owner must ensure that the cat exercises appropriately every day!
Firstly, it can exercise, and secondly, it can help cats control their weight. If the cat doesn't cooperate, you can use some freeze-dried snacks to lure the cat.
(5) Age-appropriate sterilization
If a cat is not neutered, it will often go into heat, its resistance will be very low, it will be easy to get sick, and it will also be prone to reproductive system diseases. If you want to extend the life of your cat, it is best to neuter it at the right age.
Neutering a cat can extend its lifespan by 1 to 2 years. After all, cats' resistance has improved after neutering, their mood will be better, and their bodies will naturally be healthier!