August 2007 Issue

A Feline Dear Diary

Keeping track of behavior and important health information can be a great asset to your cat and her veterinarian. Here's why.

If your cat kept a diary, it might read something like this: Yesterday, I slept, ate, slept some more, chased a paper ball, napped, ate again and napped. While that may describe a catís typical day, it wonít necessarily help you or your veterinarian if your cat develops a health or behavior problem. "Keeping a diary for your cat is a good idea in general, but particularly when your [IMGCAP(1)]cat is ill," says Drew Weigner,Ö

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