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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.


Pet Shedding Season is Almost Here!

Either a Wookiee is hanging out in your house when you aren’t home, or you’re beginning to see the first signs of pet shedding season. Either way, it’s time to arm yourself with...

Posted: February 17, 2020

Skinny Yet Well-Fed Cat? It Could be Thyroid Disease

Have you noticed that your cat is losing weight yet still has a good appetite? Does he or she seem energetic, perhaps more than usual? And is that glossy kitty coat looking a little unkempt lately?...

Posted: February 3, 2020

It’s a Myth That Dogs & Cats Are Fine in Cold Weather

They aren’t. Have you ever spent hours on end in cold weather sitting in all your layers of puffy winter clothing to still be chilled to the bone? Did your ears ache with cold or your fingers...

Posted: January 18, 2020

New Year Resolutions That Are Good for Pets Too!

The month of resolutions to make beneficial changes for ourselves is here. Gym memberships soar, we opt for salads over fries, practice more mindfulness, or read a new book each month instead of...

Posted: January 3, 2020

Tips for Traveling with Cats

‘Tis the season for road trips. Often, our dogs join us in our travels as parts of the family. Cats, however, are usually left home with a pet sitter or boarded in a safe cat kennel at your vet...

Posted: December 17, 2019

Are All Calico & Tortoiseshell Cats Female?

Are all calico cats female? Are all tortoiseshell cats girls? You’ve probably heard before that they are. It’s an interesting example of how genetics dictate some pretty predictable...

Posted: November 4, 2019

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinics & Traditional Vets: Pros & Cons

Low cost or “affordable” spay and neuter clinics have really increased in number in the last decade and not without reason. Spaying and neutering cats and dogs reduces the number of...

Posted: October 22, 2019

Watching Cat Videos is Good for You. Science Says So.

Ah, sweet vindication. All those cumulative hours spent watching cat videos are good for you! Now that the cat’s out of the bag, we can all feel justified. Procrastination? Not a problem!...

Posted: October 3, 2019

What You Need to Know About FIV in Cats

Did you know that cats can get a virus called FIV that has similarities to HIV in humans? FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus) compromises their immune systems for life. There is no treatment to cure...

Posted: August 16, 2019

The Scientific Reason Why “Puppy Dog Eyes” Make You Melt

We love our pets. They are sweet, funny, cute, beautiful, and snuggly. They are proven to be both physically and emotionally therapeutic. They are even good for our social lives. And perhaps...

Posted: July 16, 2019