Missed Meal Worries

You should know if your cat’s food intake is consistent

For us humans, an intermittent waning of appetite is not usually an immediate cause for concern, but it may well be for a cat. In felines, a loss of appetite (anorexia) can make them ill, and if they don’t eat for as few as three days, they can develop a life-threatening illness, especially kittens, senior cats, and cats with chronic health issues.

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