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Low stress veterinary visits

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Lisa Radosta


Low stress veterinary visits

It is extremely common for cats to find going to the veterinary practice stressful - they often show signs of distress from the time that they are put in the carrier until after they return home. Cats often freeze or lie still when fearful. Because of this, they may be not recognised as being terrified so it is important to recognise the signs of stress and learn how to make the visit to the vets as enjoyable as possible.

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How can the visit to the vets be made less stressful?

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