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  • May 19 2017

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    It happens every night. You wake up to that sound. The sound of your leather sectional ripping open, little by little…scrrrrrrriiiiiiittttttttttchhh. What is happening out there? In your grogginess, you…

  • May 05 2017

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    It’s true, chubby cats are adorable…but that’s because ALL cats are adorable!

    Just like with people, those few extra pounds pose several health risks. Cats with a body condition score of 6 through 9 are at risk of several health issues and…

  • Apr 13 2017

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    Cat Friendly Caregivers

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  • Apr 07 2017

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  • Feb 03 2017

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    Happy Friday

    Here is a great website to refer to for feline food puzzles. This is such a great way to help control obesity for your pet and stimulate them at the…

  • Jan 20 2017

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    How to Make the Trip to the Vet Less Stressful for Your Cat

    Getting cats to the veterinary clinic can be stressful. Here are a few tips to help make the experience more enjoyable. By nature, cats are most comfortable with familiar things….

  • Dec 28 2016

    Multiple Cat Households

    For people who have multiple cats, we need to start looking for and responding to much more subtle clues regarding social interactions. Does one of the cat’s lay on the…

  • Dec 23 2016

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    Holiday Hours

    Over the Christmas Holidays we will be open for appointments. See below for our regular office hours. We will be open 24/7 for emergencies.  

  • Dec 16 2016

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    Aggression in Cats

    Often when we ask clients how their cats interact, we measure their ability to get along but the absence of fighting. We need to start looking for much more subtle…

  • Dec 09 2016

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    Cats Social Structure

    Cats have a large range in their need/desire for social contact. We see low requirement in some cats – these cats would tend to live on the periphery of a…