MyCat2Vet Campaign by Royal Canin Provides Free Physical Examination and Consultation for Cats

Did you know that cats, have the ability to tolerate and mask signs of pain? Many cat owners do not realize this and therefore, more often than not, not always aware that the cats under their care are sick.

By the time I usually realize that my cats are suffering, it is already too late to treat and they will usually pass on. Sad, right? But fret not, Royal Canin has launched MyCat2Vet Campaign where free consultations and check up are provided to cat owners.

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I’ve sent my cat for a checkup last weekend under the MyCat2Vet Campaign and I’m glad to report that my furkid is in a tiptop condition.

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My furkid were even given a goodie pack with treats in it to bring back home.

Sounds cool, right? The MyCat2Vet campaign is part of Royal Canin effort in raising greater awareness on the need for cats to get regular check-ups at the vet.

Royal Canin Malaysia has enlisted the support of 200  veterinarian clinics all over the country where cat owners can take their cats for check-ups. Under this collaboration, Royal Canin Malaysia will pick up the tab for the cat’s check-up.

Routine check-ups are important for a multitude of reasons:

*The older a cat gets, the more likely the owner is to take it to the  veterinarian but only when it is sick. By then, it could be too late.
*Routine wellness exams are vital for giving cats the long, happy and healthy lives that they deserve.
*Cats age much more rapidly than humans.
*Vet visits are an opportunity to let your  veterinarian know about any behaviours changes.
* Preventive care is better than reactive care.

Those who are interested to bring their furkids for a free checkup can log on to mycat2vet.my for full details of the registration and panel clinics that are available.

Alternatively, for those without Internet access, they can call Royal Canin’s Hotline at 016 206 9610 from 9am-5pm Monday-Friday to make the necessary arrangements/appointment.

The Campaign runs from 1 December 2016 – 31 December 2016, so make your appointment with the vet of your choice soon.