We have a cat who is so smart she knows when we are going and she will hide in a hard to reach place! It's always difficult, and we have to move quickly to open the carrier and stuff her in it. Although she use to get sick every time, she now seems to realize we'll keep her and she's quiet on the twenty minute ride each way. She behaves well for the vet, but it's traumatic for the cat. We have to have her tested for diabetes each year, and get her toenails clipped twice a year. I hope this time all goes well, she's now about eleven years old.
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I have a cat that I got from the shelter that had kennel cough. He get sick very easy and got low cost vet to go to. Now I cook some chicken to get him fat and I have mine heat at 70 with a sweater on him at night. Do you have any another idea for me?? I would love hear and thank you for caring.
I have a new breed of cockapoo and the last few months she has been itching like crazy around her ears and hind quarters,,we took her to the vet and he gave us some spray to put on her and it somewhat helps and give her Benadryl,,do u have any home remedies that would help her stop itching?? Hope someone out their can help me!! Thanks