Cat owners usually know their pets well enough to know that something’s wrong. It’s a byproduct of living in close proximity to your cat on a daily basis, and you can see when something changes in her demeanor or physical routine. If you notice any of these 10 health warning signs, consider taking your cat to the vet for a check-up.
10. Weight Loss
A sudden, unexplained weight loss could be a sign of many things, including cancer, kidney issues, diabetes or heart problems.
Regular and persistent coughs in cats are unusual. You should take your cat to the vet if he has a cough that doesn’t go away.
Seizures in cats could come from poisoning or something wrong in the brain. A vet can determine if your cat ate something and try to correct the issue.
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