If we have a pet cat, we will be happy if the animal is healthy and cheerful. But once the animal is sick, we as the owner feel discouraged and the heart becomes restless. Therefore, make sure to always take care of our cat’s health. In various ways below:
Long-haired cats need to be brushed every day. Not only prevents hair from becoming tangled and looks optimal. It turns out that by combing cat hair, the cat’s muscles will become stronger
For our pet cat with short hair. We still have to pet our cat with damp hands to keep the fur clean.
If we see our beloved cat scratching its body, it could be a sign that there are fleas on its body. Often our beloved cat bites its own skin, a sign that we should be vigilant.
There are many easy treatments and products to treat this flea problem, but if you are still unsure, you can consult a vet. Never forget to clean the bed and around the bed.
One of the natural ways that can be used to get rid of fleas is mixing 1 liter of water and 1 tablespoon of vinegar which can get rid of kitten’s cat. How to use it is to bathe. But we have to be careful not to hit the cat’s eye.
The sweet one also needs a bath. Often we do not have the heart to see our beloved cat struggling when being bathed, usually the face becomes sad and his eyes also beg to hope that this “torture” will end soon. We can bathe it using warm water and a washcloth or hand towel and then gently clean it with a cloth on its fur. Also pay attention to the cleanliness of Sweet’s cutlery by washing it thoroughly, then throwing away any food that is not spent. Also take care of the cleanliness of the bed and the place to remove dirt.
At 6-12 weeks of age, cats need injections to prevent Feline Infectious Enteritis and respiratory disease. The annual vaccinations can also ensure that your cat gets constant protection.
5. Ear disease
Our cat likes to shake its head and scratch its ears, we as owners should pay attention to foreign objects. If your cat smells or has small black grains, immediately consult a veterinarian.
6. Mouth Pain
Germs on cat’s teeth can cause gum pain, ulcers and loose teeth. This will greatly reduce Sweet’s appetite, or he will have to chew next to his mouth because of a toothache. If this is the case, the cat will need dentist care. To reduce the pain, give his mouth a saline solution, this is what humans do.