February was National Cat Health Month, so as a practicing holistic veterinarian, I’ve got much to say about the means by which owners should best care for their feline friends. I first have to state that owners must make their cat’s health a daily priority. This means that efforts should be made each day to prevent and reduce bodily ailments; even if doing so may be inconvenient or require effort or expense. As so many cats suffer from otherwise preventative diseases, owners who commit themselves to proactively preventing such conditions will have healthier companions who will likely live longer, have a better quality of life, and incur fewer veterinary expenses. Here are my Top Five Feline Health Tips for National Cat Health Month
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