Here are some tips on traveling with your cat :)
For safety sake, kittens and cats must ride inside a carrier while in the car. The driver needs to concentrate on the road and traffic, not the fur baby on their lap or under the pedals. Even well-behaved cats that are loose in the car could be injured in the event of an accident.
Even though your cat will be in a crate, it's helpful for kitty to experience positive things about the car before you start the engine. Cats are sensitive to environment and territory which is why they prefer staying home in familiar surroundings. So make the car familiar by allowing Kitty to cheek rub and spread his scent to claim the car as purr-sonal territory, and he'll feel more relaxed and happy during travels. Place the cat's bed, blanket, or a towel you've petted him from inside the car on the back seat. That way, his scent is already inside.
Spraying Feliway on the towel or car upholstery also may help the cat feel more relaxed.
Please note that we will be closed on Monday, September 4th for the long weekend. We will re-open on Tuesday, September 5th with our regular hours (8AM-7PM).
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DUFFERIN-STEELES ANIMAL HOSPITAL
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Tuesday 8am - 7pm
Wednesday 8am - 4pm
Thursday 8am - 7pm
Friday 8am - 4pm
* Please note: Wednesday we are open only for food sales, medication pick ups, and booking appointments*
If this is an urgent issue and it is outside our normal business hours, please contact:
Vaughan-Richmond Hill Emergency Clinic
10303 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, ON, L4C3B9
Central Toronto Veterinary Referral and Emergency Clinic
1051 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, ON, M6C2C9
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