How to make your ragdoll stay healthy and fresh



sluggish, laying around all the time, lack of energy and not eating are the signs that you need to take him to the vet immediately, remember Your cat’s behavior can be the one of the most critical factors when you are trying to determine whether or not he is under the weather and if you notice his coat dull and patchy or notice him shedding abnormally, you should contact your vet as soon as you possibly. U must always wathcing your cat every time as possibly.

If your cat seems to be coughing for another reason, you should have him checked out as soon as possible. Maybe he got Diarrhea, even diarhea is a basic sickness, but u must tke him to the expert of cat.

To ensure that your cat isn’t subjected to various diseases, you should always make sure that he stays up do date with his vaccinations. There are several diseases out there that require vaccinations, including rabies and feline distemper. Feline distemper is one of most devastating diseases a cat can get, yet it is also one of the easiest to prevent as well. The disease strikes cats very fast, and leaves you as an own very little time to seek treatment.

Feline diabetes is the other disease. This occurs when a cat becomes aged. The more it grows old, the more it must stay at home.You could obviously notice as well that it gets thirsty so fast. You have to watch its diet for improper food intake is what the real cause of diabetes is. When you notice signs and symptoms like the cat urinates always.

Another problem, which is very common with cats that stay outdoors, is worms. There are several different types of worms, including ringworm and hookworm. Worms can come from fleas, lice, or even the organs of dead rodents that cats consume. Normally, the cat will digest the eggs which will later mature and attach themselves to the walls of the intestines. If you feed your cat garlic frequently during feedings, it can help to protect him against worms.

If he gets the proper vaccinations when he is required to get them, he should be safe against numerous pests and diseases. If you take care of your cat, chances are you’ll keep him healthy for years to come. You should always make sure he has quality food, and doesn’t miss any of his scheduled checkups with the vet. and remember to give him something can make him happy or you can play with him.

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4 Responses to “How to make your ragdoll stay healthy and fresh”

Kimo and Sabi said...
May 20, 2009 at 7:51 AM

Fanks fer stoppin' by to visit us!

CCL Wendy said...
May 20, 2009 at 7:54 AM

Hi,
I don't have a Ragdoll, but you stopped by my blog this morning, and I wanted to thank you for the kind comment. My Dante is a Maine Coon, though.

Ragdolls are furry, furry purrty, too!

The Creek Cats said...
May 21, 2009 at 8:36 AM

Thank you for stopping in and saying Hi! You have a very nice blog as well!

BooBoo said...
May 21, 2009 at 5:04 PM

Hmm, I don't like going to the vet.

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