How to Support Your Elderly Cat Going Blind


Understand the emotional and physical adjustments your feline friend may undergo and discover how you can provide support during this challenging time

Creating a Cat-Friendly Environment

Learn how to minimize hazards, establish consistent routines, and provide tactile cues to help them navigate their surroundings.

Adapting Feeding and Watering Stations

Explore options such as using tactile markers, elevated or accessible bowls, and consistent placement to help them locate their essentials

Scent and Sound Enrichment

Discover how to introduce new scents, engage them with interactive toys that make noise, and create a sensory-rich environment

Gentle Guidance and Routine

Learn how to use verbal cues, gentle touch, and predictable patterns to establish trust and familiarity in their daily life.

Promoting Mental and Physical Stimulation

Explore interactive playtime, puzzle toys, and supervised exploration to keep their minds and bodies active and engaged.

Veterinary Care and Support

Recognize the importance of regular veterinary check-ups and assessments for your elderly cat with vision loss

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