How to Adopt a Retired Research Cat

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To adopt a retired research cat, consult a veterinarian, search on the Internet and visit the local animal shelter to see if any such cats are available. Give a good home to a feline used for research with advice from a cat behavioral therapist in this free video on pet care.

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Hello my name is Carole Wilbourn and I'm the cat therapist here in New York City. In this clip I will talk about how to adopt a retired research cat. It is too bad that in this day and age we are still using cats for research but maybe soon this type of experimentation will come to an end particularly since there are other options. So if you would like to adopt a retired research cat let me give you a few tips. You could consult your vet to see if he or she has any ideas on where you can locate such a cat or you might search the internet. You are sure to find some information there. Another option would be to contact your local town or city shelter. I do believe that they would be a good resource for you to find out where to adopt such a cat and it would be splendid if you did, what a wonderful thing you would be doing. Oh how welcome you would be in this cat's life. Once again this is Carole Wilbourn the cat therapist in New York City.


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