Happy Mew Year!

Happy New Year! And, to our feline patients, a happy (and slightly early) Mew Year. Fluffy actually celebrates the new year a day after we do, on January 2nd. A local Rockville, MD vet discusses this prestigious kitty holiday in this article.


Whether you’re taking it easy after celebrating last night, or just starting your new year out quietly, this is a good day for relaxing and reflecting. Cats, of course, are very good at helping their humans do both of those things. Have a nutritious, nourishing meal, and spend some time reading or watching something that inspires you. As for Fluffy, pay some extra attention to her.


Are you making resolutions this year? Why not include your furry buddy in them? You could vow to pick up new toys for your kitty every week or two, or to remember to rescue her old ones from under the couch more often. Another thing that will help Fluffy have a great year would be to play with her every day. Even a few minutes of jumping and pouncing is beneficial. Of course, health care is also crucial. Many of our feline patients don’t come in as often as they should! Ask your vet to recommend an appointment schedule.

Fluffy’s Resolutions

If your furry little buddy could make her own resolutions, what do you think would be on the list? Fluffy may try to improve her napping times this year. Or, she may try to land that tricky butt-wiggle/run/jump/pounce/meow combo she’s been working on. Other popular kitty resolutions? Soak up more sun, train the humans to offer treats and lap space on demand, increased napping times, and, of course, be even more adorable.

Resolutions Inspired By Fluffy

If you really think about it, cats actually can be a great source of inspiration for us. Man’s Second Best Friend certainly does live by her own rules. Some tenets that we can ‘borrow’ from our furry pals? First and foremost, always make sure that you’re getting enough sleep. It’s also important to be sure that you are eating high quality food. Also on Fluffy’s list? Keeping up with beauty care needs, mastering teleportation and string theory, and, of course, improving flexibility.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if ever we can be of assistance. As your Rockville, MD veterinary clinic, we’re here to help!

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