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How did fleas get so complicated?

on March 10, 2014 - 9:53am

The daffodils are out, signalling spring, sunshine and hope.  Cat fleas are also fans of warmer weather so now seems a good time to discuss how best to see off these itchy little insects!

Centrally heated homes and a reasonably mild climate mean that Cambridge’s cats will suffer fleas year round.  For the majority of cats, fleas will cause mild skin irritation but they can pass on other parasites, such as tapeworm and some nasty microorganisms, such asBartonella henselae and Haemoplasma species.  Cat fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) may bite humans and will readily set up camp on dogs, being

When my heart skips a beat...

on February 3, 2014 - 10:46am

First of all a huge thank you to all the fantastic clients who have left reviews on our facebook page, the vet help direct site or nominated us for the prestigious petplan awards.  We are so pleased that you are taking the time to tell others about the clinic and the services we provide; I always well up with pride when I read your feedback. 

With Valentine’s Day approaching, it’s hard to escape the images of hearts and their symbolic association with romantic love.

A day in the life of an inpatient at the clinic- Part 2

on January 7, 2014 - 4:42pm

Wishing all our blog readers and happy 2014!

Apologies for the delay since posting the first part of this 'behind the scenes' look at how we look after your cats.

We hope that you have been reassured, informed and perhaps surprised at our high standards and similarities to our medical counterparts.

Click here to open part 2 of the diary