The Feline Medical Clinic is a full service veterinary clinic exclusively for cats. Our clinic is founded on the belief that cats are very special. Their personalities and medical concerns are different from those of other animals. We understand the strong bond that forms between cats and their owners. As a companion, friend and confidante, your cat is an important part of the family. And, like any other family member, your cat deserves the finest possible health care. Our goal is to offer the highest quality of medical and surgical care -- a standard of care that we believe all cats deserve.
News and Tidbits
2-26-14 Core vaccines are the ones that are highly recommended for all cats, even indoor only ones. These vaccines include the Panleukopenia/Feline Calicivirus/Herpesvirus (commonly referred to as the upper respiratory/distemper vaccine) and the Rabies vaccine. The upper respiratory vaccine is given every 3 years for an adult cat (after a series of kitten shots and a booster the first year after the kitten shots) and rabies is a yearly vaccine.
2-15-14 Would you like to donate cat food or cat-related items to charity? Our clinic is a drop-off facility for AniMeals donations, we accept donations anytime the clinic is open. AniMeals distributes free food to those in need in the county. Learn more information about this great service provided through Second Chance Companions.
1-30-14 Why do we recommend physical exams? An exam gives us the opportunity to assess your cat's overall health status. We can make recommendations for current and future care and may be able to detect early stages of any potential health issues. We are strong believers in preventative medicine. If you would like to schedule your cat for a wellness physical exam, please give us a call!
1-15-14 The Feline Medical Clinic has been participating in a nationwide study of hypertension in cats. If your cat has untreated hypertension, he/she may be a candidate for this study. If you are interested in having your cat participate in this study, please visit this website (Hypertension Study) to see if your cat qualifies for a screening. If you have any questions regarding the study that are not answered by the website, please give us a call.
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We operate within the standards of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). As an accredited hospital member of AAHA since 1979, we must continually earn our standing as leaders in the veterinary profession. We voluntarily meet AAHA's high standards and strict guidelines to ensure the best possible care for your cat.
We are also a "Cat Friendly Practice" as determined by the AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners).
The Feline Medical Clinic is happy to announce that we are on Facebook! Please click on the icon to go to our page. Our page contains clinic updates, medical tidbits, and kittens/cats available for adoption. Please feel free to join our clinic following to receive updates and to view/post any comments or photos.