- Cats can dissipate heat after their feet are cut: there are no sweat glands on the cat’s body. The sweat glands of the cat grow on the cat’s footpads. When it is very hot in summer, you will find that the cat’s footpads will be damp. In fact, The cat is sweating. Trimming the cat’s foot hair regularly can help the cat dissipate heat and sweat and prevent the cat from heatstroke.
- Cutting the cat’s foot hair can prevent it from falling: If your home has a slippery floor such as a wooden floor or a tiled floor, you need to trim the foot hair regularly. Because the cat’s footpads are non-slip, if the foot hair is too long, the cat will easily slip or sprain during running.
- It is more hygienic and healthier to cut the cat’s foot hair: If the cat is lazy or fat, it is inconvenient to lick the hair, and it will often neglect to clean up his feet. If you can’t trim your feet regularly, long foot hairs can easily hide dirt and become a good place for bacteria to breed, causing inflammation of the cat’s toes and nails, making it difficult to move or even limp.
Tips for feeding adult cats:
- Cats enter the adult cat stage when they are over 12 months old. The body and digestive system of adult cats have basically matured and can digest and absorb nutrients well. Adult cats need full and balanced nutrition to maintain their optimal health while preventing aging.
- When cats are over 7 years old, they will have many health problems, especially metabolism, such as kidneys and eyes. To solve such problems, it is important to feed them low-fat and low-energy food to help them maintain a normal weight. In addition, the cellulose content in the food should be ensured to ensure the health of the stomach and intestines, and foods that are easy to digest should be used as much as possible.
- Weigh the cat’s weight regularly to ensure that the cat’s weight is within the normal range, and feed it according to the recommendations of the veterinarian and nutritionist. Evaluate the cat’s physical condition regularly and adjust the amount of food fed according to the physical condition.