Get feline clients in the door with these Facebook posts and tweets

Get feline clients in the door with these Facebook posts and tweets

Use these ready-made posts and tweets to emphasize fear-free methods for bringing cats into the clinic.
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Sep 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

Tweets: Just press the buttons below and log in to tweet these messages.

Facebook posts: Copy this type, log into Facebook, and paste the type into the status field:

Did you know we're a #cat-friendly practice? Bring your favorite felines in to visit for a checkup! #petcare

Bring your cat in for a free "happy visit". Drop by for a treat-filled stress-free time to reassure your beloved pet that the clinic isn't a bad place.


When you bring your cats into our clinic, cover the bottom of your #cat carrier with a towel to make it a comfortable trip.

Is it almost your cat's birthday? Cats are great at hiding illnesses so treat your friend to a wellness exam. And treat yourself to the security of knowing your feline is happy and healthy.


Have you brought your #cat into the clinic recently? If not, come see us. Regular checkups keep your #pets healthy!

Is there something we could do to make your cat's visits more comfortable? Let us know! We love getting feedback from you and your favorite feline.


Is there something we could do to make your cat's visits more comfortable? Let us know! We love getting feedback!

Is your cat a bit overweight? Come see us so we can work out a nutritious weight management plan together!


When you bring your #cats to the clinic, keep them in the carrier and cover it with a towel to make them more comfortable. #pets

Did you know we're a cat-friendly practice? Bring your favorite felines in to visit for a checkup!


Want your new #pet to live a long, healthy life? Start now! Let's talk vaccines, exams, etc. #pethealth #petcare

When you bring your cats into our clinic, cover the bottom of your cat carrier with a towel to make it a comfortable trip.


Bring your #cat in for a free "happy visit". Drop by for a stress-free time to reassure your beloved pet that the clinic isn't a bad place.

Have you brought your cat into the clinic recently? If not, come see us. Regular checkups keep your pets healthy!


Is it your #cat's birthday? Treat your friend to a wellness exam. And treat yourself to the security of knowing your feline is healthy.

When you bring your cats to the clinic, keep them in the carrier and cover it with a towel to make them more comfortable.


Is your #cat a bit overweight? Come see us so we can work out a nutritious weight management plan together!

Want your new pet to live a long, healthy life? Start now! Let's talk vaccines, exams, etc.


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