Regular feline wellness exams important, veterinarian stresses

07/13/2011 | WebMD

More Americans have cats than dogs, but felines tend to see the veterinarian about half as often as canines do, according to this article. Veterinarian Brian Collins encourages cat owners to have regular nose-to-tail exams every six months if possible and at least once a year. "We really focus on preventive care," he says, noting that the exams can keep cats healthy and greatly extend their lives.

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