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Friday September 17th, 2021 12:17PM

LISTEN: No more fights with Fluffy to get to the vet

By Mornings on Maine Street

Think it's impossible to take your cat to the vet without a fight? Dr. Marie Lance says it can be done and stopped by "Mornings on Maine Street" to share her tips for transporting Fluffy to the vet.

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