A Veterinarian’s Behavioral Assessment That You Can Make On Your Own

Answering these eight questions will help indicate whether all is well with your cat — or something is amiss.

The American Association of Feline Practitioners says there are eight questions regarding behavior that a veterinarian should ask about your cat during every visit. The answers are important not only because they help uncover behavioral problems that need to be addressed for the cat’s (and your) comfort—they also can help diagnose medical problems because behavior […]
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