/r/seniorkitties

Photograph via snooOG

This is a group for owners of senior cats. Post pictures, stories, or just to talk.

New!: Like senior animals? Want more? Go check out /r/OldManDog for all your senior animal needs

UPDATE: We now have our very own Snoo created by Phoenix_667!

This is a sub reddit for senior cats and the people who love them. Post pics of your kitty, stories, or just talk. A senior cat is described as a cat 11 yrs or older. http://www.hillspet.com/cat-care/what-is-a-senior-cat.html So this is a subreddit for cats 11 + yrs.


RULES

1. Age of the cat must be put into the title or the post will be automatically removed. Cat must be a minimum of 11 years old.

2. Any content that may have resulted in a cat getting hurt will be removed.

3. Off topic posts will be removed.

4. Any disrespectful posts and comments will be removed and may result in a ban.

To combat spam, we require posters to have a set amount karma to be able to contribute.

/r/seniorkitties

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Ginjo (orange male) and his sister Luna. 11 years old and I've had these goofballs since they were 3 month old kittens I took from a POS animal hoarder.

0 Comments
2023/02/01
03:46 UTC

108

Butler (16) begging for treats

My handsome boy has me well trained

11 Comments
2023/01/31
22:14 UTC

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Happy Pawlidays from Jemima! She’ll be 17 in April.

1 Comment
2023/01/31
21:21 UTC

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Shadow then & now, 18 years later. Still shreddin’!

8 Comments
2023/01/31
18:59 UTC

865

Good night forever, my sweet (15 yo) princess. I will miss you so much.

32 Comments
2023/01/31
06:52 UTC

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Minnie is twelve and still the cutest kitten.

7 Comments
2023/01/31
04:16 UTC

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Vita, my 15 and a half year old

Vita took out the pink cushion when it was really hot and humid last July, and sat inside. 🥰

3 Comments
2023/01/30
20:08 UTC

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A full bun at almost 17 years old. Lemon has the (diluted) torttitude but still always manages to find the best spot to chill out

5 Comments
2023/01/30
19:28 UTC

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Angel is starting to get white in the face a few months after turning 18!

23 Comments
2023/01/30
19:12 UTC

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I just had to let my 17 year old go. I've forgotten how hard it can be to let a pet go, but I hope he always remembers how much I love him when I join him in eternity.

39 Comments
2023/01/30
16:55 UTC

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This is our 18 year old baby, Honey. She was only a few weeks old when we rescued her from a construction site, wandering around in the rubble 😭 Aside from the arthritis, she’s doing well for a senior kitty. She brings us so much joy ❤️🐱

46 Comments
2023/01/30
08:33 UTC

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My almost 20 year old baby not eating

Look back at last posts if you are interested to learn about and see how amazing and cute of a cat my 19 year old Lula is.

Well obviously she’s old and has been losing mass over the past couple years, but she was very stable up until this week. She has barely eaten or drank this week and she is getting thinner and her back legs weaker.

My questions is this: Is it ok if she only eats a tube of churu a day? That’s all she will eat. She hasn’t been touching her dry or wet food. Last night I got her to drink/ eat some tuna water? Any tips on getting cats to eat more or how to deal with this issue. I’m hoping she is having an off week, which she has has in the past before.

We are taking her to the vet tomorrow morning. I feel terrible because the vet and the car ride is the most stressful thing for her. We wanted to have a mobile vet come to our apartment but the soonest appointment is Friday.

Anyways just looking for whatever I may get out of this post. Keep loving your senior kitties. There is nothing more precious than an old cat… especially if you have him/her since they were a baby!

20 Comments
2023/01/29
22:58 UTC

148

My 15 year old Pickle

I've had her since I was 15 so we've been together for half of my life. I couldn't have asked for a better kitty than her.

4 Comments
2023/01/29
14:46 UTC

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18 yo bobtail has a clicking noise coming from back leg.

Does anyone have any experience with this? She is definitely acting different too. Not showing up for meals as usual. Moving much slower. Isolating more.

She started Solensia shots a few months ago for arthritis. It gives her good relief for the first few weeks but I'm wondering if she "goes too hard" during those feeling-good weeks & this is the result.

Her nails are all trimmed because of hyperthyroidism so it's not nails. I put my ear right to her and heard it. It's not every time she moves. Sounds like when my wrist snaps.

Any experience with this is welcome. She is going to the vet this week for her shot, but it's the weekend and I'm worried.

19 Comments
2023/01/29
14:43 UTC

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My 18yo girl, Nene, in one of her favorite napping spots.

9 Comments
2023/01/28
20:47 UTC

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