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At what age do you start giving "senior" food?

Share advice for keeping your aging cat happy and healthy

  
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Alexander,- Dreamboat- #110

I am really a- lap dog in- disguise.
 
 
Purred: Fri Mar 23, '12 3:49pm PST 
No such creature and it is a marketing ploy.....Alex gets canned Wellness. Cats never drink as much as they should. Kidney disease is what most senior cats die from. You want to keep those kidney hydrated so dry food hurts those kidneys. I would add more wet food to the diet. Even if the food is more money, you save on those vet bills.......
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Percy

always has time- to lick your- face
 
 
Purred: Mon Apr 16, '12 8:52pm PST 
Senior diets are actually designed to help the kidneys while they are aging. Renal disease claims cat lives more than any other natural disease. It has lower levels of salt and potassium to help the heart. A good kibble would be a formula for indoor cats, which helps with hairballs and keeps weight in check.
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