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Improve Quality of Life in Geriatric Cats

This is Max, pictured above. Max came into our life at the age of 15. He had a series of health issues including diabetes and needed insulin injections twice daily. Although his health issues affected him physically, he was an incredibly affectionate cat, and loved to play. He passed away 9 months after he came into our home, and we miss him dearly. Geriatric cats, typically 15 years and older, can start to show signs of slowing down - including sleeping more, decrease in activity, and mobility issues. At this stage, cats are likely developing chronic medical issues and should be seen at least twice yearly by their veterinarian as changes can happen quickly at this stage. Keep cats comfortab

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