How can I help my cat at the vet?

How can I help my cat at the vet?

At the veterinarian’s office

  1. Keep your cat in their carrier. When you get to the vet and are in the waiting room, keep your cat in their carrier.
  2. Schedule visits during slow times.
  3. Bring something from home.
  4. Consider medications and supplements.

When to take your cat to the vet?

Obviously, if you have a health emergency with your cat, you need to take your kitty to a veterinarian, or a local animal hospital. There are times, however, either before or after getting help from your local vet for a non-emergency situation, that it can be helpful to get input from a qualified vet online.

Are there any veterinarians that treat only cats?

Veterinarians and veterinary healthcare teams who dedicate themselves to see only cats place a high value on their feline patients’ distinct needs. They are especially interested in delivering medical care to cats in ways that help the cat (and its human family members) experience as little stress as possible.

Where can I take my Cat for medical care?

Try my list below. If you’re in need of advice on the health of your cat, these sources may help you at no charge (or a small fee in some cases). Obviously, if you have a health emergency with your cat, you need to take your kitty to a veterinarian, or a local animal hospital.

Is there a free online vet for cats?

If you know of a free or low cost service that has changed, or one I don’t have listed, feel free to let me know. If instead, you’re ready to chat with a cat health expert and willing to pay a small fee (CLO gets a small commission if you complete your transaction), you can click this link below.

Obviously, if you have a health emergency with your cat, you need to take your kitty to a veterinarian, or a local animal hospital. There are times, however, either before or after getting help from your local vet for a non-emergency situation, that it can be helpful to get input from a qualified vet online.

Veterinarians and veterinary healthcare teams who dedicate themselves to see only cats place a high value on their feline patients’ distinct needs. They are especially interested in delivering medical care to cats in ways that help the cat (and its human family members) experience as little stress as possible.

Try my list below. If you’re in need of advice on the health of your cat, these sources may help you at no charge (or a small fee in some cases). Obviously, if you have a health emergency with your cat, you need to take your kitty to a veterinarian, or a local animal hospital.

Are there veterinary practices that are cat friendly?

The Cat Friendly Practice program is relatively new, but you can search for Cat Friendly Practices in your area on the AAFP website (catvets.com). Many cat only practices are taking the extra steps to be recognized by the AAFP as Cat Friendly (see handout “Cat Friendly Veterinary Practices” for more information).