Adopting a senior cat can be a rewarding experience for many reasons. Not only do senior cats bring a wealth of love and companionship to their new families, but they also come with the added benefit of already being fully grown and trained. While it can be exciting to bring a new kitten into your home, it’s important to remember that adopting a senior cat has its own unique set of benefits.
Throughout the course of their lives, long-haired cats typically require a lot more maintenance than shorter-haired cats. It’s not uncommon for long-haired cats to get burrs or food stuck in their fur. Good ownership of a long-haired cat means frequent brushing and occasionally cutting out stuff that might get stuck in their fur. As your
A senior cat is peeing outside of the litter box is, unfortunately, a common complaint among cat owners. If you’ve noticed your older cat has started peeing around the house, this can be a frustrating experience. Your cat may have always used to their litter box as they were supposed to, but now all of
A lot of people underestimate how much work it is to introduce a senior cat to a kitten or a younger cat. Your resident cat likely is used to their typical way of life, and suddenly shaking up their routine by adding a new family member cat cause a lot of stress. This doesn’t mean
Indoor cats generally have a life expectancy of 12 to 18 years, but can you believe that there have been cats that have lived almost twice that long? Believe it on nor several cats have lived into their late 20s or 30s! Here are a few examples of cats who have lived decades longer than