ASK THE VET

Published on: June 13, 2008
ASK THE VET

Owning a pet can be rewarding but often puzzling experience, top vet Dr. Jeff LaCroix answers the toughest Qs about our four-footed, winged and fishy friends.

Q: We're moving in two weeks and we're wondering what is the best way to orient our indoor/outdoor cats so they don't get lost when we let them out at our new home. 

Will they be able to find their way home?

A: It's a good idea to keep them indoors for the first few days (with the windows open if possible).  That will help them learn the new neighborhood smells.  Put some used litter at the edge of your new property to given them a familiar scent to "home in"  on.

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