This class was tough.
I would recommend this course for those interested in the anatomy of humans and cats, however be prepared for a lot of memorizing and learning difficult material.
The highlight of the course for me was the dissection labs. You get learn about the anatomy of a cat at your own pace and how different muscles and organs interact with others in such a small organism. It is interesting for me to see how the anatomy of a cat also compares to the human and try to visualize the muscles on my own body.
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Advice for students:
Find a good source that shows where each muscle is on the cat. Use note cards for learning the Origin, Insertion, Function, and Innervation of the muscles. If you are a visual learner, printing the various bones that are attached to muscles and highlighting what area is used as well as writing a list of which muscles use that area helped me visualize how the muscles work. Read the book, most importantly the blue boxes. And study with others, they will help.