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National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day #Cat2VetDay

August 13, 2015

Help Us Promote National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day #Cat2VetDay

Hidden Benefits of Routine Exams & Tips for Less Stress Content Articles and Infographics Available

Saturday, August 22, is “National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day” (#Cat2VetDay) and the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is using this as an opportunity to educate cat owners on the importance of routine check-ups.  Eighty-three percent of cats are taken to the vet in the first year of ownership, yet over half of them don’t return!

The AAFP is promoting the #Cat2VetDay message all over social media the next 2 weeks and is hoping you’ll join us in spreading the word. Here’s a quick rundown of all the elements available for use:

  •  Top 5 Benefits of Routine Exams You May Not Know About (Infographic & Article): Below is an infographic and content article/flyer on the top 5 benefits of routine wellness exams cat owners may not be familiar with.  For instance, cat owners may not know that cats’ age more rapidly than humans or that they’re masters at hiding illness.  Our goal is to have these resources shared with as many cat owners as possible prior to #Cat2VetDay so owners are compelled to give their vat a call and schedule a routine exam.



Download the Benefits-Routine-Vet-Visits pdf.

  • Top 5 Tips for Taking the Stress Out of Vet Visits (Infographic & Article): Below is an infographic and content article/flyer on tips for taking the stress out of the vet visit. It can be downright difficult getting our cats to the vet, however, routine preventive healthcare is essential for your cat to live a long, happy, healthy, life. Our goal again is to have this shared with cat owners since getting cats to the vet is a common struggle that can actually be remedied.



Download the Tips-Make-Vet-Visits-Less-Stressful pdf.

Learn more about the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP).

One Comment leave one →
  1. amaxwell888 permalink
    September 6, 2017 3:06 am

    My sister and I are considering taking our mom’s cat to the veterinary. I didn’t know that cats may be sick and hide it preventing you from knowing. Thanks for your comment about how most cats are overweight and are at risk for illnesses such as diabetes. We will consider making more regular visits!

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