De-stress your fraidy cats

Stazyk, Kelly
July 2007
Firstline;Jul2007, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p22
The article offers tips on how veterinary professionals can de-stress cats during visits. It suggests that cats should be separated from dogs by using potted plants to divide the waiting area. It urges professionals to move slowly and project a sense of calm in approaching the cats and their owners. It recommends that cats should be wrap in a towel to allow them to relax during the consultation.


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