Over the years, I’ve had the chance to observe many cats, and to hone my senses about when something might be up with a cat’s health. In this article at catster.com, I write about how to observe, stay aware, and keep records of what might be happening with your cat. I also talk about bringing this good information to the veterinarian, and making sure that a good conversation with the vet lets you both consider everything that might be going on with your cat.

Read the article here:

http://www.catster.com/lifestyle/cat-health-behavior-vet-visits-observation

 

Here’s Chester, who was once scratching his ears for no reason. We narrowed the possibilities down to allergies and switched him to grain free food — it seems to be working.