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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.


Why won’t my cat use the litter box?

At some point, most cat owners will be dismayed to find poop or pee somewhere unexpected. While the occasional litter box accident is an inconvenience, frequent ones are cause for concern. Cats...

Posted: April 30, 2021

Is it Safe to Give Cats Milk?

You’re probably already aware that some common household foods are toxic to our furry friends, but many pet parents are surprised to learn that milk can do cats more harm than good. For the...

Posted: March 30, 2021

Did You Know Chip Bags Can Suffocate Dogs?

We’ve all seen the “funny” videos online of animals, often dogs, with their heads inside chip or snack bags. We’re expected to see these as humorous, a dog being silly or...

Posted: March 12, 2021

How to Introduce a New Pet to Your Family

Bringing a new four-legged family member home is really exciting! There are so many great times ahead — so much bonding, snuggling, playing, and genuine affection. And if you adopted from a...

Posted: February 25, 2021

Alternatives to Giving Pills to Cats

Giving pills to cats can be time-consuming and stressful — for both you and your pet. Nobody questions your devotion to your kitty, as even a minor health scare can seem like a CATastrophe...

Posted: February 11, 2021

Do Dogs & Cats Get Cataracts?

Have you ever noticed that your pet’s eyes are becoming cloudy? Is he or she seems to be bumping into things? It could be due to cataracts. Dogs and cats can develop cataracts just like people!...

Posted: January 29, 2021

Too Old for Anesthesia? Why Procrastinating Pet Dental Procedures is Risky

Anesthesia can be scary for people to imagine their fur kids going through at any age. A common concern, though, is whether or not a dog or cat is too old for anesthesia. While this is a bit of an...

Posted: January 18, 2021

Cold Weather Arthritis Pain in Dogs & Cats: How You Can Help

If you have ever experienced arthritis pain being worse in the winter or before a cold, rainy day, then you know exactly what dogs and cats are feeling this time of year. Or maybe you are...

Posted: December 30, 2020