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You are the best! Thanks for sharing.

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This is great Holly. I would add a some signs that my cats have shown:

  • Urinating in front of me on the couch (urinary tract infection)
  • Not able to jump as high or missing the intended height (likely due to arthritis)
  • Change in gait, such as limping or bunny hopping (cancer tumour on leg)
  • Rapid heart beat (you may only recognize this if you know your cat's regular heart rate).

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Holly and Kerren, the value you add to this site is magnificent!

And Kerren, the tip to take note of your cat or dog's heart rate during a refular resting time, so you can make comparisons if need be, is a great idea.

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