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Tips on Exercising Your Senior Cat

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Exercise and play is important for your elderly cat for many reasons. First of all, exercise helps maintain a healthy body weight. Being overweight may lead to a number of health problems. It places excess stress on your pet's heart. Excess weight on degenerating joints can speed up the development of arthritis. Your elderly cat's mental health may also benefit from exercise. Activity keeps oxygen and other nutrients at optimum levels in the brain. The brain is like every other organ in the body in that it requires good nutrition.

For more information, please read Keeping Your Senior Cat Healthy.


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