The Cat Friendly Program was created to improve the treatment, handling and overall healthcare of cats. Its purpose is to equip veterinary practices for cats. Veterinarians and technicians must undertake feline continuing education (CE). Veterinarians should have a minimum of 20 hours of approved CE every two years and technicians should have a minimum of 10 hours of approved CE every two years.
If you come in with your feline, please put him/her in the Cat Corner on the bench right away to avoid contact with dogs. We will get you both in a room as soon as possible. Once in the room, set the carrier on the floor and open the door but don't force your cat out. Instead if you wait, most cats come out on their own to explore. (curiosity) This is a less stressful way for all parties involved. Once you're done in the room come back out to the waiting room and put your cat back on the bench in the cat corner so you may check-out. If you have any questions please let us know!
- A Cat Friendly Home
- Cat Friendly Brochure
- Cat Scratching
- Cornell's Feline Health Center Site
- Declawing and It's Alternatives
- Declawing and Alternatives (More Info)
- Environmental Enrichment for the Indoor Cat
- Healthy Cats For Life
- Mini-meals for Cats
- Spraying and Soiling Indoors!
- Tips On Getting Your Cat To Our Clinic