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Feline Friendly

2400 N.W. South Outer Road

Blue Springs, MO 64015

" Helping people enjoy healthy pets"
(816) 220-2233
Cavanaugh Pet Hospital
Cats & Carriers; Friends not Foes 5 simple steps for cat friendly carriers

Cavanaugh Pet Hospital;  Feline Friendly

Practice

One   of   the   most   important   things   you   can   do   for   your   cat is   establish   a   good   relationship   with   her   veterinarian.      As your   cat’s   personal   health   care   provider,   we   can   identify problems   early   and   also   give   you   advice   to   help   your   cat live    a    long    and    healthy    life.        Regular    visits    for    health screening   and   vaccinations,   even   for   “indoor   only”   cats   are encouraged. 
Scotty    goes    to    the    vet...    courtesy    of    Scotty    and    Dr.    Sheilah    Robertson, University   of   Florida   College   of   Veterinary   Medicine.   Part   1   is   from   his owner's perspective while Part 2 shows 'What Really Happened.
The above videos are used with permission from the Catalyst Council.
© Copyright Cavanaugh Pet Hospital, 2016 All Rights Reserved
Feline Friendly

2400 N.W. South Outer Road

Blue Springs, MO 64015

" Helping people enjoy healthy pets"
(816) 220-2233
Cavanaugh Pet Hospital
Cats & Carriers; Friends not Foes 5 simple steps for cat friendly carriers

Cavanaugh Pet Hospital;  Feline Friendly Practice

One   of   the   most   important   things   you   can   do   for   your   cat   is   establish   a   good   relationship with   her   veterinarian.      As   your   cat’s   personal   health   care   provider,   we   can   identify   problems early   and   also   give   you   advice   to   help   your   cat   live   a   long   and   healthy   life.      Regular   visits   for health screening and vaccinations, even for “indoor only” cats are encouraged. 
Scotty   goes   to   the   vet...   courtesy   of   Scotty   and   Dr.   Sheilah Robertson,     University     of     Florida     College     of     Veterinary Medicine.   Part   1   is   from   his   owner's   perspective   while   Part   2 shows 'What Really Happened.
The above videos are used with permission from the Catalyst Council.