We Are Cat Lovers
Our team of veterinarians and animal health technicians will take care of your cat!
Taking Proper Care of Cats
With age, cats need proper care, and sometimes prevention can help them avoid a lot of problems. Although not all cats age at the same rate, a cat is generally considered elderly from about age 13. That said, with proper care, a cat can live up to 18 or 20 years. Cats Montreal offers a range of adapted care for older cats in Montreal: call us for an appointment!
Look Out for Signs
It is important to stay on top of your cat's behaviour and report your concerns to a veterinarian. The vet can reassure you and, if necessary, advise you on preventive care or appropriate treatment. If you notice any of these changes in behaviour, consider consulting a veterinarian:
Vomiting or diarrhea
Increased thirst or urination
Loss of appetite
Changed habits (interactions, meows, etc.)
Our Feline Geriatric Services
If your cat is suffering from an age-related illness, we can help maintain his/her health. Thus, in cases of kidney failure, hyperthyroidism, pancreatitis, hepatitis or other diseases, we can give your companion all the best care.