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Q. I have just bought two cats and don't know what to do about taking to the vet they said they gave some dewormizer, said to take them to vet so guide

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A. Taking your cats to the vet is a great first step in their adoption. Your vet will examine them, advise you of any problems they find of things you should be aware of, get them started on vaccinations if they need them and generally get a feel for their health and any potential issues that may arise, due to their age, breed, reproductive status, etc. Deworming is always a good idea, as a good broad-spectrum deworming medicine will remove most parasites and, if they are parasite free, won't do any harm.

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