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Indoor cats should go to the vet at least once a year, because they need annual vaccinations and annual check-ups.

Pets age at a much faster rate than we do, so your pet's health can change a lot in just a year.

Some veterinarians recommend that senior cats (those 9 years of age and older) have a check-up every 6 months.

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