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Can a Cats Fur Thin and Change Color As They Get Older

Sunday, June 15, 2014
posted by Jim Murphy

OLDER CAT.jpg3My cat Molly is going to be fifteen in August. She is in good health but recently I noticed that in certain areas, her coat seems to be thin. This can happen as your cat gets older. Molly is a black cat and does also have some gray hairs. Don’t panic if you see any of these signs in your senior cat. It is part of the aging process. Make sure your cat’s coat is still shiny and that she is eating properly and has not lost any weight. If you notice that she is not eating properly or has lost some weight, it’s a good idea to get her to the vet to rule out any serious illness. We change as we age so we must expect that our furry friends to as well. Fortunately, cats don’t show their age as much as we human do! Your Pets Count! Great music all the time on THE EDGEWATER INTERNET RADIO NETWORK!



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