Cats! Cats! Cats!

Did you know cats are animal experts at hiding sickness and disease?  It served them well in the wild, and it also makes it a challenge to catch things early.  Establishing a baseline with preventative visits will save you money in the long run by catching disease processes early and ensure that your cat lives the longest and healthiest life possible.

Our cat families love coming to see us!  We have been certified by the American Association of Feline Practitioners as a “Cat Friendly Practice,” which means we have taken the time to stay up to date on the latest research, training and best practices which ensures that your cat receives the best care in the most comfortable and calming environment possible.  You know your cat the best!  Let us know in advance any special needs you or your cat may have, and we will be happy to address them and make any necessary special accommodations.

Meet Dr. Hilden, our personal Feline Advocate, and unofficial Cat Whisperer.

Having trouble getting you cat to the doctor? Click here for a helpful guide from The American Association of Feline Practitioners, which offers useful suggestions on getting your cat used to a carrier before it is time to see the veterinarian. Click here for information on vaccinating you kitten/cat, and here for help taking care of a ill cat.  If you need help call us!!  We want you to be successful in helping your cat be healthy and strong, and will do everything in our power to ensure a positive outcome for both you and your beloved cat. With consistent veterinary care, cats are living longer and healthier lives. Click here for information on caring for your mature,senior, or geriatric cat over the length of its life.

Click below for more information on the following.

Behavioral changes in cats

Changes in eating habits in cats

Vomiting in cats

Limping in cats

Litter Box Issues