The Cat Practice has been recognized as a Gold Level Cat Friendly Practice by The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP). We are thrilled to be awarded Gold status by the AAFP! The AAFP is the national organization dedicated to improving the health and welfare of cats. Their programs are focused on supporting high standards of medical practice, continuing education, and scientific investigation specifically for cats. We are proud that we are one of the first 100 feline practices to make Gold Level! The Cat Practice is honored to be part of this winning team, working to provide cats with the very best medical care in a low-stress setting.
Trixie was brought into us a few weeks ago and was afflicted with bloody urine that did not stop, even after multiple visits to other doctors. We worked her up and she had multiple, fine stones in her bladder and we then took her to surgery and removed the stones. She is doing great now!
Lilies are a popular Easter flower, but did you know that they can actually be toxic to your cat? Like the Christmas poinsettias, lilies can attract the attention of your cat, and then have a toxic effect when ingested. Keep those Easter lilies far from your pet’s reach this season, or look into artificial options. The art of artificial flowers have gotten so advanced that your guests won’t be able to tell the difference…and your cat will be safe.