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Veterinary Resources

Explore essential cat veterinary resources: care tips, health information, and expert advice for your feline companions’ well-being.

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Cat Health & Care Resources

Getting Your Cat to The Veterinarian

We know that getting your cat to the vet can be a challenge. Need some help?

Please click on the link from The American Association Of Feline Practitioners; The Cat Community, for some helpful tips and suggestions on reducing the stress of veterinary visits for your cat.


FELIWAY Classic is a synthetic pheromone that helps reduce stress-related behaviors by mimicking the feline facial pheromone cats produce naturally. The familiarity breeds comfort and confidence so your cat can feel more relaxed. FELIWAY may help reduce stress-related behaviors brought on by situations such as moving to a new home, rearranging furniture, veterinary visits, and introducing or adopting a new pet, just to name a few.

FELIWAY Multicat is proven to help reduce tension and conflicts between cats in households with more than one cat.

FELIWAY products help to make cats happy and avoid things like urine spraying, scratching, fighting, or hiding.

We currently carry FELIWAY Classic, FELIWAY Multicat diffusers and refills, and FELIWAY wipes.

Click on the button below for more information on FELIWAY and how it can help your cat go from stressed out to chilled out.

How To Brush Your Cat’s Teeth

Brushing your cat’s teeth is the single most effective means to maintain dental health between professional dental cleanings. This makes sense because the bacterial film known as “plaque” is the cause of periodontal disease. This film is easily disrupted by the simple mechanical effect of brushing the teeth. For brushing to be effective, it needs to be done several times each week – daily brushing is best.

Click on the button below for more information and an educational video from Partners in Animal Health, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.

Indoor Pet Initiative For Cat Owners

Does your indoor cat live in an enriched environment? Do they have a variety of toys, a three-dimensional space, acceptable areas to scratch, a refuge to retreat to, and enough litter boxes? Are there conflicts with other cats in the house?

Click on the link below for more information from Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine on basic indoor cat needs, understanding cats, feline life stressors, problem-solving, pet identification, and keeping your cats healthy.

The Cat Community

Click on the link below and check out The Cat Community, an exceptional website for cat owners from The American Association Of Feline Practitioners. This site includes information on cat care at home, keeping your cat healthy, diseases, how to be a cat-friendly caregiver, cat toys, and answers to many questions about your cat!