Getting Your Cat to the Vet

While cats tend to live longer than dogs, our feline friends typically receive far less veterinary care. Cats also are a lot better at hiding symptoms, leading to bigger bills when they finally get a thorough examination. Getting cats to do anything other than eat, sleep and play can require a Herculean effort. The idea of placing cats in a carrier and driving across town seems impossible.

But it can be done.

While Victoria Stilwell’s TV show, “It’s Me Or the Dog,” typically focuses on wayward pooches and their people, she has joined forces with Banfield Pet Hospital clinics to launch an “inFurvention” campaign focused on getting more cats face time with their vets…

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