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The yearly vet visit is also a good time to mention any "strange habits" your cat may have developed over last year. Often, these have simple explanations, but some behaviors, such as licking paint or eating strange substances can indicate a medical condition.
One of most important aspects of yearly vet visit is updating your cat's vaccinations. Even if you keep your cat strictly indoors, it is important to have her vaccinated against diseases such as rabies, panleukopenia, calcivirus, Chlamydia and feline leukemia virus. If your cat were to get out of house and wander, she has protection against some of diseases that cost less fortunate cats their lives.
How Do You Find a Veterinarian?
* Get recommendations from other cat owners in your area. * Ask cat groomers or emergency clinics for recommendations. * Neighbors or your local pet supply store may be able to make suggestions. * If you’ve just moved to area, ask your former veterinarian if he/she could recommend a veterinarian in your new hometown
The process for selecting a veterinarian is very much like choosing your own personal physician. You want to find a doctor that you feel comfortable talking with, someone who encourages all of your questions and supports you in all health care choices you make on your cat's behalf.
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