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A day in the life of an inpatient at the clinic - Part 1

on November 20, 2013 - 11:19am

Regular readers of this blog will know that we are not shy about what goes on at the clinic, behind the scenes.  In fact, we are particularly proud of the individual care we take with each and every cat.  We are meticulous in our preparation for each procedure performed and our attention to detail both during and after a surgery or anaesthetic is bordering on the obsessive!

Foetus vs Feline- Helping you and your cat adjust to a new arrival

on October 7, 2013 - 8:41am

I can’t help noticing that recently, many of my clients are ‘glowing’ mothers-to-be.   Helping the expectant lady with her heavy cat carrier is the least I can do, but I thought that a few extra tips would be useful to those of you who are about to introduce a baby to their feline baby (ies). 

Rescue shelters are often presented with a beloved cat based on widespread myths that babies and cats don’t mix.   Hopefully this blog will help keep the whole family happy and alleviate some common concerns.

Firstly some good news!

Special Autumn Offer: Screen for the Unseen!

on September 9, 2013 - 2:42pm

Autumn seems to have arrived suddenly this year.  I have always loved this time of year; the landscape bursting with reds and golds on a crisp sunny morning.  Similarly in my opinion, cats in the autumn of their lives are still full of beauty and are often more affectionate and interactive than when they were younger.

It’s a time where our cats start to spend more time indoors with us, as the evenings become darker and they find a warm, cosy cushion preferable to the chilly wind outside.

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