Veterinarians told to not fight cats in consulting rooms

Veterinarians told to not fight cats in consulting rooms

The advice to veterinarians that you see in this photograph is common sense and wise and it applies to anybody under any circumstances. You do not want to force your cat to do something that she does not want to do. You will almost certainly lose and quite possibly be hurt at the same time. It is far better and more successful to take your time, be patient and use your intelligence to trick your cat into doing what you want them to do. Perhaps one of the great problems in human life is that we lack patience and often times dealing with domestic cat requires exactly that quality in the interests of both parties.

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