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Latest News: Cat Care

Raleigh NC cat vet careCat vets – and families owned by cats – understand that a feline can true be a benefit to your life. Aside from the love and entertainment they offer, cats have been scientifically proven to lower your risk of heart disease, help you to heal better, and make you a better sleeper!

Cats often don’t receive as much vet care as their canine counterparts. But they need it just as much. We’re here to help change that! See below for helpful articles about keeping your cat happy and healthy.


4 Tips for Controlling Shedding

You love your furbaby, but you’re probably a bit less crazy about furry clothing, carpet, and furniture. Though some breeds of cats and dogs shed more than others, pet parents can expect at...

Posted: January 15, 2023

Why Is My Cat Panting?

Though it’s less common in cats, panting isn’t strictly a dog behavior. If your kitty is breathing heavily, it’s a good idea to investigate the cause. Learn the most common...

Posted: December 31, 2022

How to Introduce a New Cat to Your Family

They say that cats are like potato chips – it’s hard to have just one. Pet parents who expand their feline family are hoping to give their resident furbabies a new playmate, not a...

Posted: October 31, 2022

Feline Diabetes 101

Veterinarians estimate that around 2% of domestic cats will develop feline diabetes in their lifetimes. Though that may seem relatively rare, certain factors and pre-existing health conditions can...

Posted: September 30, 2022

Common Joint Problems in Cats

Cats are known for their acrobatics, but joint pain can slow down even the most playful kitties. If you’ve noticed a change in your cat’s mobility or temperament, chronic discomfort...

Posted: August 31, 2022

Will My Cat Jump Off the Balcony?

Our feline friends are well-known for their acrobatics and daredevil stunts. This sense of adventure may make cat videos go viral, but for high-rise condo and apartment dwellers, it’s a source...

Posted: June 30, 2022

What You Need to Know About Feline Leukemia

While leukemia in humans refers to cancers of the white blood cells, feline leukemia, or FeLV, is a virus. Though it is the second most common cause of death in persistently infected cats, the...

Posted: May 31, 2022

6 Ways Our Pets Say “I Love You”

The emotional connection we share with our furry friends is powerful. But we often find ourselves wondering what exactly is going on in their heads. Cats and dogs may speak a language of their...

Posted: May 15, 2022