As cat parents, keeping our feline friends happy and healthy is a top priority. And we know that good health starts with proper nutrition and a well-balanced diet. But a trip to the pet store can leave us baffled by a dizzying array of choices. “Organic” vs. “all-natural.” “Chicken meal” vs. “chicken products.” So many […]
June is the “adopt a cat” month, and though it is almost over there is always time to help find a cat a fur-ever-home! And here our clinic team snuggling with some of our kittens that are up for adoption!
Yesterday we celebrated the grand opening of our exciting new venture. Thank you to all those that joined us and to Potok’s World Photography,LLC for covering our event!
ust Cats Clinic is proud to have recently become accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), an organization that helps veterinary practices operate at the highest level of client and patient care. What is AAHA? The American Animal Hospital Association is an international organization that has established standards widely viewed as the highest in the pet health care […]
Every cat needs some form of identification, even indoor-only felines. The most common reason owners don’t microchip their cats is that they “never go outside. However, many lost felines are the result of an accident like slipping out the door. Another important reason to microchip is disaster preparedness. In the event of a natural disaster, […]
According to Banfield’s 2014 State of Pet Health, their 850 veterinary clinics across the country saw 2.3 million dogs and only 470,000 cats. There are more cats than dogs in this country. So why aren’t cats getting veterinary care? The Bayer Veterinary Usage Study, determined several reasons why cats don’t get the appropriate preventative care […]
Even though we love our cats very much, we may not like every single thing they do. There are definitely some feline behaviors we can live without! Scratching our furniture, shedding on our black pants and coughing up hairballs are a few habits we’d just as soon not have to deal with. One of the […]
Kidney disease, kidney failure or chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a renal disease in which a cat’s kidneys progressively shut down. Just as in the case of humans, cats often develop CKD as part of the aging process. Compared to us, however, cats are much more likely to get the disease. CKD will develop in […]
Many cat parents don’t expect that their cats will get sick. As a result, they often don’t put aside money for the day when their beloved pet develops a life-threatening disease, has an accident, or ingests something toxic. The subsequent trip to an emergency veterinary care hospital can drop a sudden and unexpected bill exceeding […]
Spring is finally here and soon there will be flowers everywhere. Did you know that many of our favorite flowers are dangerous to cats? Some of these toxic flowers do little more than give your furry friend a bit of indigestion or, at worst, a case of diarrhea. But some are deadly. The ASPCA […]