Table of contents for Senior cats / Sheila Webster Boneham.

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Chapter 1: A Special Time of Life
When Is Your Cat A Senior? 
Signs of Aging 
Your Senior Cat¿s Social Life 
Should You Adopt A New Pet Now?
Chapter 2: Good Eating: The Well-Fed Senior Feline
Nutrients for a Balanced Feline Diet
Commercial Cat Foods
Homemade Cat Foods
Free Feeding Versus Scheduled Feeding
Fat Cats
Finicky Eaters
Special Diets for Special Cats
Chapter 3: Looking Good: The Well-Groomed Senior Cat 
Coat and Skin Care
Nail Care
Ear Care
Dental Care
Chapter 4: Feeling Good: Routine Health Care
The Right Veterinarian
Routine Geriatric Examinations
Parasites and Your Senior Cat
Alternative Therapies
Chapter 5: Managing Age-Related Changes 
Gastrointestinal Changes
Changes in Skin, Coat, and Claws
Arthritis and Muscular Changes
Changes in Your Cat¿s Heart, Lungs, Kidney, And Liver
Glandular Changes
Can You Hear Me Now?
Eye and Vision Changes
Chapter 6: Managing Age-Related Behavior Changes
The Twin Fountains of Youth: Play and Exercise
How to Deal With Unwanted Behaviors
Chapter 7: A Fond Farewell 
The Hardest Decision
Dealing With Your Loss
Surviving Pets and Loss
New Beginnings

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cats -- Aging.
Cats -- Health.
Veterinary geriatrics.