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Whole Body Health:
Physical

As well as determining your cat’s normal daily appetite and behaviours, it’s important to look at your cat’s current body condition. Physical signs that your cat is getting the nutrition they need for whole body health can be seen every day, from teeth to tail.

BODY CONDITION

Is your cat getting the proper nutrition they need for each stage of life? Some physical signs that your cat is getting the nutrients their body needs include pink gums, healthy teeth, a glossy thick coat and a healthy weight. Start by determining signs of physical health in your cat today so you can be sure to identify any potential issues in the future.

Healthy Cat Body
Signs Of A Healthy Body
  • Moderate, uniform body temperature
  • Lean muscle
  • Pink gums and tongue
  • Ribs can be felt, but not protruding
Signs Of A Potential Problem
  • Lumps and bumps under skin
  • Rapid weight gain or loss
  • Body temperature varying at different places
  • Inflamed gums
  • Sensitive or cracked teeth
  • Cracked pads or nails

EYES

A cat’s eyes are windows to their inner health. The advanced nutrition of Purina ONE supports your cat’s eye health at each stage of life, from kitten to adult to senior. Establish a baseline of your cat’s eye health to make checking in for signs of health easy every day.

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Healthy Cat Eyes
Signs Of Healthy Eyes
  • Bright, clear, alert eyes
  • Very little discharge
Signs Of A Potential Problem
  • Excessive drainage or discharge around eyes
  • Cloudy eyes
  • Cat’s third eyelid is showing

SKIN AND COAT

When your cat is getting the balanced nutrition they need to stay healthy, their coat should be shiny, glossy and supple, and their skin should be elastic and hydrated. Cats need a combination of nutrients like Vitamin E, Vitamin A and fatty acids provided by Purina ONE wet and dry foods to help nourish their skin and coat at each life stage.

Healthy Cat Fur Coat
Signs Of A Healthy Coat
  • Bright, glossy, thick coat
  • Elastic and hydrated skin
Signs Of A Potential Problem
  • Dull coat; rough fur; thin coat
  • Dry, flaky skin
  • Cat has stopped grooming or exhibits excessive grooming