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YOUR SENIOR CAT

When your cat reaches the age of 8 years age and up, your cat should have a wellness examination twice a year as well as annual vaccinations and a Rabies vaccination every 3 years.  At this age your cat should also switch to a senior formulated cat food that is suited to his or her nutritional needs.

Because Renal failure is the most common cause of a cats’ demise, blood work should be done at least once a year.  These tests run very quickly on our state of the art in house rapid laboratory testing equipment and will determine kidney function.
 

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