November 2014 Issue

What’s Your Cat’s Age in Human Years?

If he’s a senior, it’s time for twice-annual visits to the veterinarian for earlier intervention in any problem

If there were an AARP for pets, your cat would get his membership card when he turns 8½. That’s about 50 years old in human years, according to “Feline Life Stage Guidelines” from the American Association of Feline Practitioners and American Animal Hospital Association.

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