When your cat is healthy he eats his food, uses his litter box and routinely sleeps and plays. Any major change may be a sign of a health problem.
Cat health problems can come up at anytime. First thing you should do when you get your kitten/cat is schedule an appointment with a vet. Make sure you have a base line of where your cat's health is when you get them. There is no need to freak out if your cat vomits occasional it can be a hairball. If it becomes more frequent then you might want to make a trip to the vet.
You need to make sure your cat drinks plenty of water and they are using the litter box regularly. You don't want them to develop a urinary tract infection it is very painful for your cat. Then he might use the litter box due to he will associate the pain with it.
Make sure you provide a balanced diet that is high in protein and pick a cat food that is well rounded with vitamins and nutrients also.
Make sure your cat exercises. Cat need mental stimulus, so make sure your cat has plenty of different toys to ensure strong mental health. Also it will get their heart rate going to keep them young. Take your cat to vet regularly for shots and a "wellness check up" this will prevent a lot of health problems later. Your cat is apart of your family, so make sure you take good care of him/her and give them plenty of love!
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