The most common signs of feline arthritis and joint disease include stiffness; limping or favouring a limb, particularly after sleep or rest; reluctance to jump or climb stairs; and noticeable pain.
There are several simple ways to help control hairballs: daily grooming, select a hairball control food formula, and make sure a clean bowl of fresh drinking water is available to your cat at all times
An ear infection might look like dirt in your cat’s ear, but it’s actually hardened discharge from the ear’s wax glands, which become overactive and inflamed with infection.
If your cat has persistent diarrhea, try changing her diet. Boiled white rice, cottage cheese, bread, plain yogurt, boiled chicken, chicken broth, or strained meat are all good for stomachs on the mend.