Cats can be quite territorial, and don’t always want to share the house with a new comer.
The Human Society has some good tips to introduce a new cat into your house.
Plan in advance (no spur of the moments adoptions please!) and think like your cat to make a newcomer feel welcome.
The time may come when you need a new veterinary office to visit. Maybe you moved and now live in a new area. Maybe you had a falling out with the veterinarian you have been using. Maybe you never liked that office to begin with.
Here’s some advice to find a veterinary hospital matched to your needs:
If you have feral cats that should be examined and spayed to prevent over population, or if you need financial help to get your own pet neutered, your state may have a free program to help.
Visit Love Your Cat to see if you can qualify for help.
Do you know what constitutes a pet emergency? Are you prepared to handle one?
Read more here from Fox Pines Homestead, and see how you do!
Things to consider when you need to find a new veterinarian.