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Carrying Cats: Considerations for Felines During Transit


On 19 March 2015, Dr. Elizabeth Colleran, DVM, MS, and board member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP), shared her insight into felines as part of ATA's webcast series. With over 20 years in clinical practice focused on small felines, Dr. Colleran shared with attendees key considerations and best practices in preparing cats for travel. Key takeaways that viewers can expect to learn from the recording below are:
* Why cats are not small dogs when it comes to travel
* What to teach your customers to do in advance of travel
* Considerations for ensuring safe travel for brachycephalic cats
* Key points to think about for each method of transit.

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