This will make you laugh!

People say that cats cannot be trained, but these two cats beg to differ.

(Also worth noting that the humans involved think that they are in charge, but in reality, are responding to the sound of a bell…)

Enjoy!

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Ask A Vet: How Can I Make Sure My Cat Is Happy?

Cats are predators and we make them house pets.  We all want happy cats. Find out ways to make sure they are.

http://iheartcats.com/ask-a-vet-how-can-i-make-sure-my-cat-is-happy/

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About The Vet: Dr. Kathryn Primm is a practicing small animal veterinarian. She has consulted on articles for national magazines, done numerous radio interviews and appeared on local television. She has contributed to an article for Woman’s Day in Feb 2014 and June 2015 and a piece for Prevention magazine on shelves now.

She has a social media presence on Twitter, Facebook , YouTube and Google+ and enjoys interaction with others about her passions, animals and communication. She is a regular contributor to Boomeon, the online community which can be found at www.boomeon.com . She has also written a book, Tennessee Tails:Pets and Their People. The book received recognition as Runner Up in the Memoirs category at a national book festival. You can read more about Dr. Primm and how to be the best pet parent on her website, www.drprimm.com.

Have you seen these cute videos?

One of my patient’s mom made this video for me.  It makes me laugh and I hope you like it too!

Dr. Kathryn Primm is a practicing small animal veterinarian and blogger. She has consulted on articles for national magazines, done numerous radio interviews and appeared on local television. She has contributed to an article for Woman’s Day in Feb 2014 and an upcoming piece for Prevention magazine, slated to appear in April 2015.
She has a social media presence on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ and enjoys interaction with others about her passions, animals and communication. She is a regular contributor to Boomeon, the online community which can be found atwww.boomeon.com .Her current projects include KatNipsTV, an online video series to educate and amuse people who like animals and this blog. She has also written a book, Tennessee Tails:Pets and Their People. The book received recognition as Runner Up in the Memoirs category at a national book festival. The next book is well underway with more stories about the animals Dr. Primm treats and the people who love them. You can find out more about and by Dr. Primm on her web site http://www.drprimm.com.