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February 2011 Issue

Emergency Care for Your Cat

Donít wait until illness strikes. Have a plan in place in case your cat ever needs immediate veterinary help.

Perhaps the most important characteristic of a responsible cat owner is the ability to distinguish the signs of minor feline illnesses from those calling for an immediate trip to the nearest animal emergency care facility. Cat owners should be equipped ahead of time to deal promptly with such a crisis. They should know precisely where the clinic is located, the speediest route to get there, how to transport the afflicted animal, what documents they should take to the facility ó and what to expect to happen upon arrival.

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