If you are a cat lover, not so much an owner, your cat’s health and wellbeing is of paramount importance. Just remember that your beloved cat only has its nine lives to fall back on. And if you have had a lifelong association with the cat (maybe you have been through a couple of kittens, watched them grow, and then die through old age or tragic accident), you will know that it is a rather sensitive creature indeed.
If circumstances proved to be a letdown, previously through no fault of your own, now is your chance to start anew. Starting again, you have a new, fresh little kitten. Do make sure you have acquired it from a specialist center. The little one will more than likely have received its full quota of inoculations and vaccinations. As the young cat grows and develops, do make sure that you take it in for regular checkups, just as you would yourself.
But this time around you take the cat to a specialist veterinary clinic. No-one knows the cat better than the feline specialist. And furthermore, the clinic is well-armed with other specialist services, such as feline dentistry, cat anesthesia and a well-stocked cat pharmacy, not usually found at a general vet. As mentioned earlier, the cat is a rather sensitive and special creature. When ill or injured, it feels pain more acutely.
If surgery is ever required, extremely delicate hands and a knowledgeable intellect and sensitive intuition will be required. That’s at the hands of the specialist veterinary surgeon, a specialist in the feline species. Cats being the sensitive creatures they are, they need to be prepared for surgery or treatment with the utmost kindness and care. And if needs be, cats can be referred for psychiatric counseling too.