As we are in the cold period of the year again you may want to take extra care and review this great infographic and tips on the danger of antifreeze and cats by ProtectaPet:
Many people are unaware of the dangers of antifreeze poisoning in their pets, particularly in cats. Here, we look at how you can protect your cat against the dangers of antifreeze this winter. It is important to know what to look out for, as catching antifreeze poisoning in cats early is crucial, here are the symptoms to look out for: Cat is vomiting, appearing ‘drunk’, wobbly, may be more ‘vocal’. Cat is exhibiting further depression, increased heart rate, usually at this point the kidneys begin to struggle to cope.