How to get scaredy-cats to the veterinarian's office

11/19/2011 | Capital (Annapolis, Md.), The

At least half of America's cat owners don't take their cats to the veterinarian because of difficulty getting their pets into a carrier or aggressive behavior once the cat is at the office. Veterinarian Francine Rattner writes that annual cat veterinary exams are an essential part of preventive care and should not be skipped. Dr. Rattner offers tips on how to coax cats into their carriers and to keep them calm once at the office.

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