Health

February 2018 Issue

Emergency Cat Restraint

Even the friendliest cat may scratch if hurt or scared

Safety is the first priority in an emergency situation—and that goes for both you and your cat. If your cat is sick or hurt, or if a natural disaster has occurred, you need to be able to move her without being bitten or scratched. These tips also work if you need to handle a cat that you don’t know, although extreme care should be exercised when considering handling a cat with an unknown vaccine history.

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