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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.

Cat Vomiting? When to Worry

Virtually all cats will throw up at some point in their lives, to the extent that many pet parents become skilled at recognizing the distinctive arched back and pinned ears that immediately precede...

Posted: June 15, 2024

    Does My Cat Have a UTI?

    If you’ve ever experienced a urinary tract infection (UTI), you’re all too familiar with the discomfort, burning, and urgency they can cause. While UTI-prone humans are usually able to...

    Posted: May 31, 2024

      4 Tips for Reducing Hairballs

      Cat owners know that otherworldly retching sound all too well. Most felines will experience a buildup of fur in their stomachs from time to time, and when it doesn’t pass through their...

      Posted: April 15, 2024

        Do Indoor Cats Need Flea Prevention?

        Even the cleanest, most well-maintained home isn’t immune to fleas. Adult female fleas can lay up to 50 nearly microscopic eggs per day, leaving most people unaware that their space has been...

        Posted: March 15, 2024

          7 Tips for Pet Safety in Raleigh Winter Weather

          Snow, sleet, and freezing rain fall on Huskies and Chihuahuas alike. While some pets have more of an affinity for winter weather, extreme temperatures come with risks for all dogs and cats. Before...

          Posted: January 31, 2024

          Raleigh, NC Law on Outside Cats

          Cats are naturally territorial creatures, so many pet parents assume their outdoor cat is hardwired to stick close to home. A recent GPS study that tracked the movements of 925 domestic outdoor cats...

          Posted: January 16, 2024

          Is Your Cat Drinking Enough Water?

          Unlike dogs, it’s rare to observe cats enthusiastically lapping up water. Cats’ more conservative approach to hydration can leave pet parents concerned about their intake, especially when...

          Posted: December 30, 2023

            Is Your Holiday Decor Pet Safe?

            As you haul out the holly this holiday season, it’s important to keep your pets in mind. While there isn’t much you can do to keep your cat from stomping through your miniature Christmas...

            Posted: December 15, 2023