Unfortunately, just like any other creature, cats can get sick too, and most of the time, these diseases are genetically inherited. Before adopting a cat, many people try to find out the breed of their cat, family and health history in order to know exactly their past and genetic traits.
Of course, sometimes it’s impossible to know everything about your cat, especially if you choose to adopt one from animal shelters, so in this case, it’s important to do a little research on the most common genetic diseases in cats. In this article, you will find everything about cat diseases and how to prevent them.
If you know your cat’s risk factors, you can take your cat to the veterinarian on a regular basis and prevent them from developing severe complications. Although purebred cats are known for developing genetic diseases more frequently than domestic short-haired cats, this is just a myth, as both categories are prone to genetic disorders.