Even for the most passionate of cat people, bringing your beloved feline to the veterinarian can be a problem. First, you have to put the cat in a crate, which she hates. Then, you have to put her in the car, which — no surprise — she probably hates. To your cat’s chagrin, you then show up in a strange place, typically full of barking dogs, loud phones and tons of “hustle and bustle” which — again — she hates. When it’s time to finally see the veterinarian, you’re having to pull your normally loving cat out of the crate as she straightens her legs and begs to stay inside.
Not fun for anyone.
While we’ve never described our hospital as a “cattery,” the most commonly used terms to describe the atmosphere here include:
These, in addition to our (much) longer appointments — which allow your cat to adjust to the new environment and not have to be forcibly removed from the crate — make our hospital uniquely well-suited for cats and the people that love them.
So, when’s the last time we saw YOUR cat?