Happy New Year! And, to all of our feline patients, an early Happy Mew Year. (Fluffy’s holiday is actually tomorrow, January 2nd.) Today, many people will be thinking about their goals for the coming year, and making some resolutions for themselves. If cats made resolutions, what do you think they would strive for? We suspect that Fluffy’s natural curiosity would be front and center here. Read on as a York, PA vet lists some resolutions for confused kitties.
Catch That Little Red Dot
Kitties may look cute and innocent, but these little furballs are actually very efficient hunters. However, Fluffy’s prowess is of little use when it comes to capturing that elusive spot of light from a laser pointer.
Figure Out Why There’s A Robot In The Closet
Vacuum cleaners are a must for pet owners. They not only remove fur and dander from your carpet, they also help fight fleas. However, as far as your kitty is concerned, the vacuum is an evil robot that wants to vanquish her!
Make The Humans Stop Laughing At Me
If there’s one thing we can say for sure about kitties, it’s that they’re highly entertaining. Fluffy’s silly antics, facial expressions, and adorable quirks certainly keep us laughing. Cats somehow manage to be the most amusing when they are trying to be serious, which only makes them funnier.
Keep A Closer Eye On The Humans
Kitties like to keep a very close eye on their humans. If Fluffy finds herself on the opposite side of the door from you, she may meow her disapproval at being separated from you. She may even push her paws under the door.
Learn What’s Outdoors
Cats are very curious. Even felines that have been raised indoors will sometimes get curious about what’s outside. Keep Fluffy safe and sound inside! Kitties that go outdoors face some very serious hazards, such as cares, weather, traffic, and wild animals, to name just a few things.
Sort Out Doctor’s Visits
Fluffy will be much healthier—and therefore happier—with proper veterinary care. We do everything we can to make appointments easy and comfortable on our furry patients. However, it’s probably safe to say that your furball would rather take yet another nap.
Please contact us, your local York, PA vet clinic, anytime. We’re here to help you keep your pet healthy in 2020 and beyond!