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Precautions for raising cats in spring

The information comes from:Internet Posted on:2022-06-28

1. Spring is the breeding season for cats

In spring, everything recovers. Due to the prolongation of sunlight and the gradual warming of the weather, the various physiological activities and behaviors of cats also become vigorous and active. Although cats "call spring" all year round, most of them are in heat in spring. Generally, 6-month-old cats will "call spring", but at this time, the development of physiological functions of various parts of the body is not perfect, so premature mating should be prevented, so as not to affect growth and physical health.

2. Spring is the time when cats are susceptible to hairballs

Spring is here, and it is time for cats to change their hair. This period is a period when cats are prone to hairball disease, so parents need to pay more attention. Some people think that cats will vomit the hairballs by themselves and don't worry, but it's not true. When the hairballs block the digestive tract, they will become big and hard in the intestines. At this time, the cat can no longer vomit the hairballs. Severe blockages can develop into intestinal obstructions, requiring surgical removal of the hairballs, and complications such as inflammatory bowel disease.

3. Friends who love cats in spring need to prevent cat scratch disease.

Cat scratch disease is a zoonotic disease, 80% of which are related to cat scratches and bites. Dogs, rabbits, and monkeys can also cause cat scratch disease. With the increase in the number of cats and stray cats, the number of cat scratch disease patients is also on the rise. The incubation period of the disease is generally 10 days to 30 days, and a few months or even 1 year to 2 years. Symptoms include swollen lymph nodes and fever.