Ok, now for those pesky heartworms! Is that really a thing (you type into google)? Hopefully that search lead you here! I admit, I feel like heartworms are old news, especially when new and more impressive parasites are in the news like ticks (https://www.pineridgevet.com/single-post/2019/03/01/Tick-Talk) and fox tapeworms (https://www.wormsandgermsblog.com/articles/diseases/parasites/). The perennial heartworm though seems to remain mysterious to many, and still blog-worthy.
In our last blog we discussed the trials and tribulations of bringing your cat to the vet. We specifically discussed carrier aversion and how to work with your cat in acclimatizing to their carrier. Hopefully some of the suggestions we discussed were helpful! However, getting your cat in the carrier is just the first step. Now we have to get your cat to the car and eventually to the clinic. If it helps, I'm working along with you guys. Right now Loretta is tolerating the
“I can’t bring my cat to the vet, it’s too stressful for them” This is something we hear at the front desk all the time. For what it’s worth, I totally understand and sympathize! I have a kitty who I adore. Her name is Loretta. She is black and white with pretty pink toes and she is the sweetest and most affectionate cat ever. In fact after a stressful day you’ll usually find either my husband or myself hanging out in our spare room (aka Loretta’s apartment) to bask in he