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Moving To The Cold With Your Hairless Cat? 3 Reasons To Visit The Vet First

Moving to a cold climate can be difficult to adjust to for a lot of people, but especially if you have a hairless cat that can get cold quite easily. If you're concerned that your hairless cat could be too cold once you've moved, it's a good idea to visit the vetrinarian so that you can get specialized advice to prepare for the transition to living in a colder climate.

This can help ensure that your cat is comfortable and won't get sick due to the change with colder temperatures.

Get Advice on Any Diet Changes

When living somewhere that gets cold in the winter, your cat could require a different kind of diet in order for them to get all the nutrients they need. Your cat could require extra calories due to the colder weather, but it can be difficult to pick exactly which food is the most suitable without professional advice. Getting advice from your vet can help ensure that you're able to get the right diet to feed your hairless cat so that no health concerns arise.

Make Sure Dryness Won't Be an Issue

Dry skin can be a major concern when you have a hairless cat due to the cold often bringing about dry skin. Visiting the vet to ask for advice regarding keeping your cats skin in good health can help direct you towards what you should be doing to keep their skin in the best health possible.

You may find that you need to add extra supplements to your cat's food or to apply a type of moisturizing solution to keep their skin in good health.

Find Warm Solutions for Sleeping

Keeping your cat cozy when they're sleeping can be tough when you don't want to run the heater constantly throughout the day. Asking the vet about what warm sleeping solutions are best for your cat can ensure that they're comfortable when napping both in the day and at night. Heated blankets, beds that they can crawl into, and other features can all make a big difference in how comfortable your cat is and whether they have any adverse health issues due to the cold.

Visiting the vet when you have a hairless cat is so important since their health can differ quite a bit from a typical cat. Knowing where to begin when caring for your cat after moving to a colder climate can make a big difference, since you don't want your cat to be uncomfortable with your move to this new climate.

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After we purchased a few different animals, it was really interesting to see just how much light they brought into our daily lives. We loved playing with the puppies and looking after the birds, and before we knew it, they were a well-integrated part of our routine. I was really pleased to see how much our kids started to enjoy the animals, which is why I have always taken their health seriously. We have a great veterinarian who really cares about their well-being, and he has always done his part to ensure their happiness. Check out this blog for great tips on keeping animals happy and healthy.

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