When Your Cat Slows DownSooner or later, every cat will die but you can improve both its quality and quantity of life. If you recognize decline early enough, your cat will live longer. This book will explain the choices you will face as your cat winds down. You will discover how to
öDetermine the real age of your cat.
ö Recognize the early signs of decline.
öSlow the aging process and extend life.
öImprove the quality of life in the later years.
öDecide if you should put your cat down.
öMinimize the loss to your family and other pets.
öMake the choices between burial, cremation, taxidermy, freeze drying and cloning.
öMemorialize your cat.
This book describes simple ways to help your cat live longer.
—Patricia Bragg, ND, Ph.D., life extension specialist.
Good, sound, basic information for cat owners.
—Tom Parker, DVM. Cobble Hill Animal Clinic.
This book will help caretakers of elderly cats make the right decisions and to be comfortable with those decisions.
—Michelle T. Bernard, Boston, Massachusetts. BLAKKATZ Cattery.
Dan Poynter is an author, book publisher and skydiver who loves animals. His late cat Cricket, made writing even more fun for more than 20 years.
If your cat does not eat for 2-3 days, irreversible organ damage begins.
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