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Is My Cat Sick?
07-04-2012

Your cat does seem it’s normal self but you’re unsure what the problem may be?  The first signs that a cat may be unwell is usually the change in his behaviour. This might be a normally active cat becomes inactive; sleeping more and eating less. There can be more obvious indications of poor health in the cat’s physical appearance, movement, has he changed from his stealth-like abilities to clumsy or awkward?

There are many signs to be aware of:

  • Unusual behaviour, especially inactivity and hiding away
  • Loss of appetite
  • Losing weight
  • Drinking more water than normal
  • Vomiting
  • Breathing Difficulties
  • Loose stools
  • Cloudy eyes
  • Poor balance
  • Awkward movement
  • Excessive meowing
  • Does not want to leave the house when normally keen

Not all of these signs mean that there is a problem. However, checking them out catching these possible early signs of ill-health by getting advice from a PHS-Direct Veterinary Nurse, could possibly prevent or avoid a  serious illness, or better still put your mind at rest that your cat is not in fact, sick.

If you are not sure or you think your cat is showing signs of illness call PHS-Direct and speak with a qualified veterinary nurse who can give you the advice you need without the cost of an emergency vet – until it’s really needed.