As a general rule, the following range values are considered to be normal in cats: 118-170 mm/Hg for systolic blood pressure and 83-100 mm/Hg for diastolic blood pressure.
If your cat isn’t responding well to some quiet time with you, then try the opposite approach. Some cats are more active by nature and just like athletic humans combat stress by playing hard, some cats will find this method to be much more productive than some cuddle time.
Sudden, acute onset of vomiting, as well as reluctance or refusal to eat, or abdominal pain, may also be a sign of an obstruction in the intestinal tract, such as an ingested foreign body, tumor or intestinal malfunction.
Most people who have shared their homes with cats have witnessed more than their share of vomiting. Most of the time, these are isolated incidents that cause no more stress for pet and owner than the amount of distress caused by stepping in the pile with one’s bare feet.
Check out this list of plants that are toxic to cats to ensure your favorite feline does not get sick from nibbling on your greenery
Before discussing why cats purr, let’s take a look at how cats purr. Most creatures have a way of expressing happiness. For humans it is laugher or, perhaps, a contented sigh. For canines a good tail wagging is the best way to express joy. Cats also have a way to express happiness and other emotions: by purring. But how, exactly, does it happen.
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