Nobody likes going to the doctor, including animals. In fact, unlike humans, it’s perfectly acceptable for pets to act out when they know they’re going to the vet. They can statue, give you dirty looks, try to run away, or hide.
As photographic proof, Twitter use Ashly Perez snapped a pic of her cat, King James, hiding his head in the trash bin as his way of coping with the trauma associated with a check-up. Do they make human head sizes?
My cat did not want to be at the vet today. So he kept sticking his head in this trash hole. I died. pic.twitter.com/Q3z4YoJJMa
— Ashly Perez (@itsashlyperez) December 19, 2018
People began posting photos of their own cats at the vet clinic. As it turn out, cats and vets aren’t really a cohesive relationship.
My cat recommends hiding in the sink at the vet's pic.twitter.com/GJnuvGLNN1
— Cathy Edwards (@89VWGolf) December 20, 2018
I love this! Here's my cat CoCo. She also hates the vet, especially when he gives her information to read on weight loss. pic.twitter.com/Ed2akzJtqQ
— Jessicat Furever (@JessicatFurever) December 20, 2018
My cat can relate. pic.twitter.com/BTgrFKJ7He
— Certified Bitch (@MirandaDunkle86) December 20, 2018
My cat Princess must be on something- she goes all chilled at the vet 😹 pic.twitter.com/Ww6owKgZUl
— Karen Tennents girl 🏴 (@karen_flynn) December 20, 2018
This is Mabel, impersonating linoleum. pic.twitter.com/NG5LO1fGoD
— grizzzzzzz (@egriswold) December 20, 2018
And then there’s @SunnySeea, posting what we’re all usually thinking when we’re waiting at the doctor’s office.
Just happen to be at the doctors office. Considering my options. pic.twitter.com/e1zpmOMHnT
— Sunny 🌞🌷🍀🚧🥥😊🌻 (@SunnySeea) December 20, 2018