Cats are very good at enduring pain, I believe you often hear about it. Once we find that they have obvious symptoms, it is likely that the condition is already serious.
At this time, not only is it hard for each other, but also the cost of treatment will be quite high…
In order to avoid such a situation, it is very important to take the cat for regular health check-ups.
After all, prevention is better than cure is the eternal truth.
Why do we need to check the cat’s health regularly?
Someone may want to ask, why does my cat look good and has to be given a health check? This is not a disguised advertisement for the vet, is it?
Back to the topic, this is because cats do not speak human language, and when they are born in the wild, in order to avoid the intrusion of natural or external enemies, they need to pretend that they are in their best condition.
Therefore, when cats are uncomfortable, they usually don’t show up and let others know.
This customary tradition also continues in domestic cats.
When your cat is uncomfortable, it may be less likely to show it to you to let you know.
Under seemingly normal daily life activities, it is very likely that a disease has quietly knock on the door. By the time you notice the anomaly, it’s actually too late.
Therefore, the purpose of the health check is to detect potential diseases or early changes in some chronic diseases as early as possible.
So that good medical or home care can begin immediately, delay the deterioration of the cat’s disease, and provide you with points to be aware of when taking care of your cat.