Murfreesburg clinic: Pet clinic finds a cure for cat-related anxiety
Murfresburg clinic has found a cure to a cat-associated anxiety disorder.
The Murfree Clinic is one of a number of pet clinics that have been able to treat the condition.
The clinic, founded in 2008, opened up its doors to cat owners after finding out that many cats in their care had difficulty sleeping.
Now, the Murfrens are on the verge of opening a new facility to help cat owners with their cat’s health issues.
Dr. Robert Henningsen, who leads the Murfiens cat therapy program, said the clinic was able to provide a solution to some of the cats’ medical problems because they were able to isolate the stress from the cat’s nervous system.
“It’s not that it’s like you have to put a cat on a chair and put it in a cage and put them in a cold room and all that stuff, but it’s really isolating,” he said.
“When you’re in the cat room, it really isolates the stress and you can put the cat in a room that is not going to give them the stress that they’re probably experiencing right now.”
If you’re doing a lot of exercise, or if you’re not getting enough sleep, you can isolate the cat and that’s where it works well.
“So it’s a lot more natural to have that kind of relationship with the cat.”
Dr Hennonsen said the patients at Murfiresburg are often older and have higher anxiety.
However, the cat is still able to go outside when they need to, and Dr Hennorsen said they were always able to give the cats the help they needed.
“The cats are very comfortable when we give them that, they just don’t like to come inside,” he explained.
“So we’re always able just to go to the front door and give them a pat and let them go out the front and then come back in when they’re ready to go out.”
The Murfreed Clinic is a small clinic, and is run by two veterinarians.
The main staff is about 50 and the cat clinic is run from a separate room.
The staff at the clinic works with cats, dogs, cats with special needs and even other pets, Dr Hohningsen said.
Dr Hohnsen said he has seen many different types of anxiety from cats and dogs, but he believes he has found the one that best suits cats.
“A lot of them are very shy and a lot have some anxiety, some are very anxious, some don’t have any anxiety, but they have a very positive energy about them,” he told RTE.
“That’s why I feel like a cat that’s anxious, they can just get a little bit of relief from being anxious.”
Dr Susser said that cat owners who have cat anxiety are usually anxious, so it is important that the pet clinic has an experienced staff.
“In our cat clinic, we’re able to take the cat that has the anxiety and get it to feel safe and happy and have a safe environment for them,” she said.
“We give them some exercise, we give it a little more space to rest, and we get it going and give it the energy to move forward, but we do it with the help of people that know what it’s going to take to be a happy, healthy cat.”
The cat clinic also has a few special-needs cats, which Dr Herningsen believes can help some people.
“I think that we are a little lucky in that we have a lot cats that are able to do special-education work, and they can go and do classes, they’re able teach the class to other cats, and that helps the cat with his anxiety,” he added.
“That’s the part of being a cat, it’s that ability to connect to other people.”
Dr Dalles said she had been a patient at the Murfen clinic for seven years and was happy to be able to bring her cat over to the clinic.
“As a cat owner, I am glad that we now have this facility that can help cats in need and that I can take my cat and go out and enjoy the outdoors and play with him and make him feel safe,” she explained.
“He’s a very gentle, gentle cat and he’s a good pet.”