Senior Cat Health Tips

Senior Cat Health Tips

You and your senior cat have been through a lot together. However, as much as we value having them in our lives, it’s easy to take our pets for granted. Your senior cat, on the other hand, appreciates every single thing you’ve ever done. Why not return the favor? The following senior-specific health tips will show your cat how much you care:

  1. Schedule veterinarian checkups at least twice a year. The older your senior cat, the more important it is to maintain good health.
  2. Be more informed and aware of your senior cat’s condition. Observe your cat on a regular basis to stay on top of any potential symptoms of diseases.
  3. To ease digestion, consider feeding your cat several meals a day instead of one large serving.
  4. Avoid overfeeding – obesity can lead to numerous health problems and may shorten your cat’s life.
  5. Keep your cat on a regular exercise routine to help preserve muscle tone and to keep bones and joints strong.
  6. Don’t overlook your cat’s dental health. Have your cat’s teeth cleaned by your veterinarian when advised, and brush them at home on a regular basis.
  7. Have your veterinarian perform regular vaccinations.
  8. Keep your senior cat’s bed and surrounding area clean, and always remain proactive in controlling fleas.
  9. Because senior cats are prone to inactivity, inspect your cat’s nails on a regular basis and trim them when necessary.
  10. Don’t forget to give your cat plenty of love and attention – the keys to a healthier and more fulfilling life for your senior cat!


Malaysia’s first cat cafe opens in Genting Klang

Malaysia now has her own cat cafe where diners can kick back and relax in the company of their feline friends.

The Country Cat Cafe is located at No 60, Plaza Crystalville @ Setapak, Jalan Danau Niaga Satu, Danau Kota, 53300 Genting Klang, Kuala Lumpur. For more information, do kindly call 03 – 4131 3348 or visit their official Facebook page here.

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Malaysia’s Favorite Pet Fiesta Expo!

Over 170 booths featuring new products and special offers! Huge variety of pet food, fashion accessories, healthcare products, grooming items and many more…

2015 theme “Happy Hat, Happy Pet”!

Date:10-12 April 2015
Venue: Setia City Convention Centre

Indoor Highlights – Spanned across 40,000sqft of exhibition space


  • Over 170 booths featuring new products and special offers! Huge variety of pet food, fashion accessories, healthcare products, grooming items and many more…
  • Meet rare breeds of dogs, cats, exotic pets, birds and small animals.
  • View professional groomers work their magic giving your pets a complete makeover.
  • Exclusive small animal playground for kids to interact and learn about the little furries.
  • Over 150 cats on display during the fun cat competition
  • Meet experts and get pet care tips, health knowledge and grooming advice.
  • Activities in the MAIN STAGE include; Talented pets performances, Fashion Shows, Lucky Draws and many other cute and fun events.

Outdoor Highlights – 25,000 sqft. Specially created dog playground

  • Pet treadmills and specially designed jogging track for small and large dog breeds. Time to get some workout with your dogs!
  • Win exclusive pet spa-treatments with state-of-the-art technology, equipment and imported products. A winner every hour, everyday!
  • Indulge in the pet buffet area with plenty food and snacks.
  • Obstacle courses for fun and enjoyment; and the best-timed dog wins an air-brushed scooter daily.
  • Various demonstrations of dog trainings; including agility, obedience, police-dog trainings and even dog qualification for the blind.
  • Hawaii themed photography area for owners and pets to snap-away and keep a sweet lasting memory. Photography competition with great prizes to be won.
  • Pet-friendly food stalls are setup for the convenience of owners to chill and munch with your beloved pet.
  • Get a glimpse of the many special breed clubs gathering throughout the show! Fancy seeing your favourite breed in the event? Well, come and see them gather in large numbers!


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