Signs of Vision Loss
Recognize the subtle symptoms of visual loss in your senior cat, such as increased stumbling, dilated pupils, and apprehension while jumping or exploring.
Environment for Safety
To ensure your cat can safely navigate their surroundings, make small changes to your home, such as utilizing scent markers and creating obvious routes.
To provide your cat with visual loss a sense of security and familiarity, keep up regular feeding, playtime, and litter box routines.
To keep your cat mentally and physically active, stimulate their remaining senses with interactive toys, aural stimuli, and scent-based enrichment activities.
Assisting with Grooming
Use a soft touch and positive encouragement to assist your cat who is blind in grooming.
To keep an eye on your senior cat's general health, treat any underlying disorders, and address particular issues connected to their visual loss.
Create a safe and cozy environment for your cat that is blind or visually impaired by showing it additional love, gentle handling, and vocal clues.
To enable your cat to safely navigate and take advantage of vertical places, install cat trees, shelves, and ramps.