Behavior

April 2018 Issue

When Kitty Battles Dementia

Just as with humans, your catís increased lifespan means cognitive dysfunction is a real possibility

With dramatic advancements in feline veterinary care, our beloved cats are living longer and healthier lives. A cat who lives to be 20 years old is the approximate equivalent of a 96-year-old person. Unfortunately, all cats eventually show signs of aging.

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