Updated April 17, 2017
Finding answers to your veterinary questions can be a challenge.
Sometimes it seems likes cats leave us with more questions than answers, especially when it comes to their care.
It’s part of their feline mystic.
Seeking timely help for your cat is important, especially when your furry loved one is suffering.
Each cat is uniquely created, just as each human is. So, too, is each family and each home situation.
A simple feline malady can suddenly turn complicated and be accompanied by symptoms ranging from the normal textbook kind to the difficult to decipher kind.
An accurate diagnosis requires a seasoned expert who can sift through all the symptoms, make an accurate diagnosis, consider the prognosis, and render an effective treatment.
Busy veterinarians have little, if any time at all, to squeeze in answers to questions between patient appointments and emergencies.
Most pet owners don’t keep veterinary references or laymen’s handbooks on their shelves at home to help answer pet questions.
Even if they do, the practical answers to their every day or critical questions might not be found in print.
While turning to online veterinary resources is a move in a good direction, wading through volumes of online FAQ’s (lists of “frequently asked questions” and their answers) is painstaking and time consuming, at best.
Furthermore, the answers found are often woefully unsatisfactory and incomplete.
Sometimes cat health situations fall into a gray area and we don’t have all the answers we need to make a good decision about pet care.
Perhaps your cat is recovering from surgery and post-surgery instructions aren’t clear.
Maybe it’s the weekend and your regular veterinary clinic is closed.
There are those times when you want to consult with another professional while protecting the client-doctor relationship with your veterinarian.
Then, there are questions, like these:
Do I need to take my sick cat to see a veterinarian?
My veterinarian said . . . is this right?
My cat needs surgery. Should I seek a second opinion?
Do these symptoms mean my cat is sick?
Is it normal for my cat to . . . or is this something serious?
There’s only one place to get the answers and that is here!
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Using the internet to get information about cat care is a wonderful way to receive the answers you need to help keep your pet happy and in good health.
Click on, How to Choose a Veterinarian for your Cat, to access information to help you find the right pet healthcare professional, plus a checklist and the other tools you need to find one.