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post #1 of 17
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Hi,

Here is a really interesting test you can do that evaluates your pets health and care and determines how old he/she 'really' is and presented in terms of people years:

IT'S FINALLY HERE! A SCIENTIFIC HEALTH QUIZ FOR CATS!
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If you're a dog and cat owner, we invite you to take the new CatAge Test, designed to calculate your cat's biological age, or CatAge, in people years. You'll also receive personalized cat health recommendations -- based on your cat's health, nutrition, activity level, and environment -- to help your cat live a longer, healthier life.

BE THE FIRST TO TAKE THE FREE CATAGE TEST TODAY!
Copy and paste the following Web address into your browser:
http://ramailer.realage.com/ct/click...UOtxD~0vbYwRRR

Yours in good health,

Diane Maley
V.P. of Member Services
CatAge, a division of RealAge, Inc.
info@CatAge.com

P.S. Please forward this announcement to your friends and family who love cats!


I took it for Tristan, my eldest, who is 11 years old and here are his results:

Tristan's CatAge is 45.8!
That's 13.8 years younger than the average CatAge for Tristan's breed.

CatAge is the biological age of your cat, measured in people years.
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Your cat is lucky to have such a good caretaker. You can make your cat even younger by following recommendations from your CatAge Results.
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Tristan's CatAge was calculated by assessing over 40 individual health factors, from weight and nutrition to exercise, behavior, and safety. Here are the highlights of your results:


\tNeutered
\tHealthy teeth and gums
\tNonsmoking home
\tNo general health conditions
\tNo feline disease
\tNo infections
\tNo parasitic conditions
\tGood food quantity control
\tPlenty of exercise
\tIndoor environment
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\tOverweight
\tMissing vaccinations
\tAt risk of heartworm, fleas, or ticks


RealAge © 2005. All rights reserved.
www.CatAge.com

Enjoy!

Kathryn
post #2 of 17
Teufel's CatAge is 5.6!
That's 1.6 years younger than the average CatAge for Teufel's breed.

CatAge is the biological age of your cat, measured in people years.
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Your cat is lucky to have such a good caretaker. You can make your cat even younger by following recommendations from your CatAge Results.
i will take the test again when he is neutered
post #3 of 17
Rosie is 21.9, 5.6 years younger than this breed of cat

Lucky to have such a good caretaker!

Sophie is 8.8, 4.1 years younger than this breed of cat

Lucky to have such a good caretaker!
post #4 of 17
I did this for Snickers, my oldest furbaby. He's 14 in cat years but he surely doesn't act it!

This is what it said:

Snickers's CatAge is 56.9!

That's 13.9 years younger than the average CatAge for Snickers's breed.

CatAge is the biological age of your cat, measured in people years.

Your cat is lucky to have such a good caretaker. You can make your cat even younger by following recommendations from your CatAge Results.


CatAge Benefits
Neutered
Vaccinations
Heartworm and/or fleas and ticks prevention
Nonsmoking home
No feline disease
No parasitic conditions
Medication use for health conditions
Plenty of exercise
Indoor environment

CatAge Costs
Somewhat underweight
General health conditions
May be lacking proper nutrition


The "activity level" portion of the test was fun... I checked OFTEN for all the things, like him running around the house, playing with the other cats, playing with humans, playing with toys, etc. He gives kittens a run for their money.
post #5 of 17
Woo hooo!
Eponine is 21.7- 8.9 years younger than this breed of cat.
Cosette is 2.2-.6 years younger than this breed of cat.
Woo hoo! Glad to know I'm being a good meowmy
post #6 of 17
Marsh's CatAge is 10.6!

That's 3.6 years younger than the average CatAge for Marsh's breed.

CatAge is the biological age of your cat, measured in people years.

Your cat is lucky to have such a good caretaker. You can make your cat even younger by following recommendations from your CatAge Results.


The highlights of Marsh's results are below. For detailed results, click Continue or use the left menu.


Marsh's CatAge was calculated by assessing over 40 individual health factors, from weight and nutrition to exercise, behavior, and safety. Here are the highlights of your results:



Ideal weight
Neutered
Healthy teeth and gums
Regular vet checkups
Nonsmoking home
No feline disease
No infections
No parasitic conditions
Good food quantity control
Plenty of exercise
Indoor environment

Missing vaccinations
At risk of heartworm, fleas, or ticks
General health conditions
post #7 of 17
Both of my kitties will be 5 real years on July 17th.
Their CatAge is:

Dexter "28.5" ----- 5.6 years younger than the average cat his age.
Sadie "23.2" ----- 10.9 years younger ....................................

I've read your posts about your kitties CatAges. TCS members take excellent care of their furbabies.
post #8 of 17
Scarlette's CatAge is 10.8!

That's 0.3 years younger than the average CatAge for Scarlette's breed.
post #9 of 17
Ghibli's CatAge is 7.2!

Paige's CatAge is 17.5!

Molly's CatAge is 16.9!



Bleh they counted me off for the fact that Ghibli goes out on a harness, and the fact that he eats leaves sometimes while he's out there. And because he's a talker.
They counted Paige off because she's pudgy, which I agree, but she's done good and lost a great deal or weight! and also because she bites a bit.. though, I think that's from before we got her and she was thrown out a screen door!

And Oddly, they thought Molly was perfectly healthy. She is living life younger than Paige, but she's actually older.. hrmm
post #10 of 17
Waffle's CatAge is 23.0!

That's 3.6 years younger than the average CatAge for Waffle's breed.


YAYYYY!!! Unfortunately I had to check the ones about hissing, biting, and being aggressive because she doesn't get along with Coco or Tiffany (the majority of the time) and tends to smack and hiss at them. I'm so happy to know that she's doing good though!

As a side note, I just calculated MY realage: Your RealAge is 15.4. That's -6.8 difference from my calendar age!
post #11 of 17
I love Ghibli's siggy picture.

Quote:
Originally Posted by turtlecat
Ghibli's CatAge is 7.2!

Paige's CatAge is 17.5!

Molly's CatAge is 16.9!



Bleh they counted me off for the fact that Ghibli goes out on a harness, and the fact that he eats leaves sometimes while he's out there. And because he's a talker.
They counted Paige off because she's pudgy, which I agree, but she's done good and lost a great deal or weight! and also because she bites a bit.. though, I think that's from before we got her and she was thrown out a screen door!

And Oddly, they thought Molly was perfectly healthy. She is living life younger than Paige, but she's actually older.. hrmm
post #12 of 17
Manytoes's CatAge is 5.6!

That's 2.5 years younger than the average CatAge for Manytoes's breed.

Niles's CatAge is 21.0!

That's 10.0 years younger than the average CatAge for Niles's breed.


Excellent
post #13 of 17
Trent's CatAge is 26.2, which is 11.8 years younger than the average.

Ophelia is 26.4, which is 11.5 years younger than the average. (She's not as into playing and not as active as Trent is...)

Looks like people here take very good care of their kitties! Not that I would expect anything less.
post #14 of 17
Gandalf is 15.0 years old. This is 6.8 years younger than average for his breed.

Samwise is 14.1 years old. This is 6.5 years younger than average for his breed.

Both are lucky to have such a good care taker. But I'm even luckier to have such great cats.
post #15 of 17
Pixel was 34.4 - she's 7 years old, IRL. it said she was 11 years younger than the average catage for her breed (DSH).
Cable was 5.9 - she's 8 months old IRL. it said she was 2 years younger than the average catage for her breed (DSH).
this is human years, right? Cable acts like she's 5-6 years old, compared to a human child that age!
post #16 of 17
godzilla's 5.1, mea's 5.2 (she's heavier then him). both are younger then average.

I don't like the fact that I get the business about "poor nutrition" when I feed them science diet their whole lives, but give them an occasional bite of chicken or something.
post #17 of 17
Meishka is 12.8. That's 6.5 years younger than the average Catage.


I'm a good caretaker. Go me.


I love the question about your cat being a furry baby. And Meish is the soul of my home.
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