Scheduling Your Cat’s Appointment
Schedule your cat’s appointment as far in advance as possible. While this isn’t possible in emergency situations, there is no reason to wait until the last minute to schedule a routine appointment. Scheduling early makes it easier to secure a time that works well for your cat. If your finicky feline tends to be friendlier in the morning, schedule a morning appointment. If he or she is more of a love bug later in the afternoon, schedule the appointment during that time. It will be much less stressful for your cat if we visit at a time when they are feeling open to attention.
Be as specific as possible about why your pet needs to be seen. We will use this information to determine if your cat needs urine, fecal, or blood testing. If such tests are needed, we will let you know what you need to do to prepare before my arrival.
If you expect that your cat will be aggressive or especially difficult to work with, please let us know so we can plan appropriately.