Did you know only half of all American cats are taken to the veterinarian by their caretakers on a regular basis? And it won’t be surprising if the statistics are similar in European countries.
For many cat lovers, a trip to the vet is a very stressful event: from the moment we ring the vet to make an appointment, to the night before, the day itself, and the trip returning home. Sometimes, the cat might still not be 100% a few days after the visit.
However, regular trips to vets are of utmost importance to all cats, particularly cats over the age of ten. And for cats who have chronic illnesses, regular vet visits simply are no discussion.
This e-book is a step-by-step guide to help you from desensitising your cat to vet visits, to how to handle the day before, the day itself and the day after.
ATTENTION: It takes time to get your cat used to things, it’s often not for a quick fix, but the result is worth the effort.
p.1 The main stressors for your cat when it comes to trips to the vet
p.2 A choice of carrier
p.3 How to make the carrier extra secure
p.4-5 How to help your cat to relax with the carrier
p.6 Why the choice of vets matters?
p.7-8 What to do the night before the trip
p.9 Just before the “capture”
p.10-11 In the car
p.12 In the waiting room
p.13 During the examination
p.14 On returning home
p.15 A word on safe rooms
p.15 Re-introduction to other cats
This is an e-book in PDF format. You will be able to download immediately after checkout.