How to age-proof your cat

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28 September 2012
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The quality of life you provide can influence your pet's long-term health and the chances of him living a contented and disease free life?Cats are living longer than ever before. A recent study by the Feline Advisory Bureau (FAB) found that around 90 per cent of vets have treated cats that are aged 22 or above. (That is equivalent to 104 in human years!) Indeed, the typical lifespan of a cat is now 12 to 15 years with a growing number living to 15 years and beyond.That's great news, but what can you do to ensure the same goes for your own cat? Find out in the October issue of Your Cat. Click here to buy online or visit your local newsagent or larger supermarket.
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