Why cats don't make it to the veterinarian's office enough

11/30/2012 | Burlington Post (Ontario), The

More dogs get regular veterinary care than cats, writes veterinarian Barry Burtis. He suggests many factors contribute, including cats' general aversion to traveling in carriers, owners' mistaken belief that indoor cats don't need regular veterinary care and the feline ability to mask symptoms. Dr. Burtis emphasizes the connection between regular veterinary care and optimum health for cats.

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