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Things You Learn When You Take Fluffy to the Vet

July 15, 2021

Is your cat due for an appointment? Fluffy is a bit of a homebody, and would probably much rather stay home than come visit us. However, proper veterinary care is absolutely crucial to your kitty’s health and well being! Of course, your pet’s appointments can also be educational. Here, a Rockwall, TX veterinarian lists some things you may discover when taking your cat to the vet.


Fluffy Is A Drama Queen

Your cat may spend 99 percent of her time sleeping, but she can very quickly morph into a little ball of kitty angst when it’s time for her appointment. Being put into a carrier and then taken on a car ride are both quite upsetting to your furry pal. Make the carrier comfy by adding bedding and perhaps a toy or two. Leaving it out between appointments may also help.


Cats Hate Car Rides

Cats and dogs have opposing views on quite a few things. Fido tends to love car rides, but he gets quite nervous at the clinic. (This is partly due to the scents of other nervous animals, some of whom feel sick.) Fluffy, on the other hand, is usually more frightened of the car ride than her actual appointment. To make the trip a bit easier on her, drive smoothly and carefully, and avoid sharp turns and sudden stops and starts. Fluffy may shed quite a bit on the way to the clinic. Playing soft music may help soothe her. You may also want to try kitty-calming products, such as pheromones.


A Good Vet Is A Great Ally

We can’t overstate how crucial it is for you to find a great animal clinic, one that you trust completely. Your kitty’s health and well-being is at stake. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about Fluffy’s health and care. That’s why we’re here!


Regular Veterinary Care Is Crucial

It’s always beneficial when a problem is caught and treated early. Regular exams are very important, because they can reveal small changes that could be indicative of a developing problem. Follow your vet’s recommended appointment schedule.


Kitties Are Homebodies

Your furry little diva will probably calm down very quickly once she gets back home. A special treat or a new toy will get her motor going again!


As your Rockwall, TX animal clinic, we’re here to help! Call us anytime!

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