Archive for June 13th, 2014
Cats experience aging in their own unique way. Many cats change physically between 7 and 10 years old and you will notice these changes by the time they are twelve. The common belief that every cat year is worth seven human years is not entirely accurate. In reality, a one-year-old cat is physiologically similar to a 16-year-old human, and a two-year-old cat is like a person of 21. For every year after this, every cat year is worth about four human years. Using this calculation, a ten year old cat can be compared to a 53 year old human. A twelve year old cat is about 61 in human years and a 15 year old cat is about 73. MY cat Molly will be 15 in August. So I guess I could breath a sigh of relief that she will be equivalent to 73 human years instead of 105!
Remember, your pets count.
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