Blog: Cat

Cat Neutering and Spaying

Controlling cat populations is very important to us. Any cat, indoor or outdoor, should be spayed/neutered to prevent unwanted pregnancies, and decrease the risk of certain cancers. Kittens can reproduce any time after they are sexually mature, which is by six months of age. Females will go into heat anytime...

Kitten Vaccinations

Vaccines given to your kitten are essential, they are helping to be building blocks for their life. A series of vaccines is the best protocol, as this way it builds up the immunity and protection as “stair steps.” Initially, vaccines should be given at approximately 8, 12, and 16 weeks.


Cat Flea and Tick Control

Fleas and ticks are parasites that live on the cat's skin. Both can be picked up from the environment. Fleas are more commonly seen in cats. To understand how to treat fleas, it is essential to know the flea life cycle. Adult fleas will lay eggs on an infected pet...


Cat Fecal Exam and Urinalysis

We all love our cats and love to snuggle up with them, but no one wants to share parasites with them. Children are especially susceptible to parasites that animals can carry, especially roundworms. Regular fecal exams and routine deworming can help ensure that you can snuggle safely with your beloved...