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Neutering In Good Time

on May 20, 2013 - 6:11pm

It may not seem like late spring to us, but for the cats of Cambridge, kitten season is well underway.  We are very much enjoying meeting lots of new feline bundles of joy.  One of my favourite aspects of my job is watching kittens growing up and becoming happy and healthy adults in loving homes.  I am always amazed how early kittens learn how best to manipulate their humans and how easily we are trained to do as we are told!

Of course not all kittens are lucky enough to end up with the right start and there are still far too many unwanted cats and kittens that need to find the right homes.

Happy Birthday Cambridge Cat Clinic

on April 29, 2013 - 10:44am

Nearly a year has gone by since we opened our doors to our first human and feline friends.  The clinic has gone from strength to strength during the year, exceeding our expectations.   We are so proud to be offering the highest quality, stress free care to every cat and their family.  We have been acknowledged by the ISFM achieving gold status in their cat friendly clinic scheme, as well as nominations in the Petplan clinic of the year and vet of the year awards.

But Can it Cure Pins and Needles? Acupuncture in Cats.

on August 29, 2012 - 6:23pm


We enjoyed the cat Olympics and the snippets of summer that the weather allowed us.  On a rainy August day, it doesn’t surprise me that the ancient Chinese thought that an excess of ‘dampness’ was the cause of many illnesses!  I am a Western trained vet with a very sound scientific background, trained to question and seek evidence.  The concepts and vocabulary of traditional Chinese medicine may be very foreign to my Western ears, but there is no doubt that I have helped many animals using acupuncture and am convinced it works!

Scientific interrogation of acupuncture’s efficacy is limited