onecatshort said: Your kitty looks like a RagDoll - am I right? If he's huffing/puffing after play, you should talk to your veterinarian about screening him for cardiomyopathy. Panting after play is common in dogs but VERY uncommon in cats. Cardiomyopathy is a genetic abnormality of the heart muscle and is more common in purebreds, but can be seen in any cat. I may just be a paranoid veterinarian and cat owner, but I thought you should have the information.
Thank you so much for your concern, I’ve gotten lots of messages like this and I just want to make sure everyone knows that his a healthy kitty- minus him being a little overweight (which were trying to fix) he gets regular check ups and I did mention to the vet about him huffing after play time but nothing seems to be wrong.
Oscar rarely huffs and puffs when he plays- I don’t actually think I’ve seen him do it since that time!
I mean if you’d been running around for about an hour or two you’d be puffing too!
Oscar’s health is my highest priority and I wouldn’t want anything to happen to him.
I hope Oscar has a long life because I adore him and he’s literally the best thing to happen to me!
Again, thank you for your concern it’s really sweet to know I have such lovely people following me!