Blog: Cat


Overweight Cat Help

Everybody loves a big, cuddly cat, but that can be detrimental to your cat’s health. An overweight cat has a higher chance of having various medical conditions including arthritis, cardiac disease, diabetes, kidney disease, liver malfunction, and shortened life expectancy. This is why it is important to have your veterinarian…


Nail Trimming

Cats nails can grow at different rates. By trimming your cat’s nail frequently, every 2-3 weeks, you can maintain them at a relatively short length. This lessens the possibility of their nails getting caught on fabric, or carpeting.


Dental Care

Dental health is an important part of cat ownership that is often overlooked. Cats are stoic animals and mask pain or discomfort very well, so staying on top of keeping your cat’s mouth healthy is critical! Daily home care can help prevent dental disease, this can include a dental diet,…

Spaying and Neutering

Spaying and neutering is the best way to have a healthy, well-adjusted cat. It eliminates the risk of preventable diseases like uterine infections or cancers and helps decrease the overall pet population.