Feline Friendly

Cats are special. They’re unique. Any feline owner can tell you that. They also have unique needs in healthcare; from limiting their encounters to dogs, to having a deeper understanding of their particular biology, to creating an environment that limits their stress, and more. We are proud to be a certified Feline Friendly animal hospital. It shows how much we care about giving your cat truly the best health care. Because you deserve no less.

Cat Friendly Practices® take extra steps to provide the best care and experience for you and your cat.

You can expect your Cat Friendly Practice® to:

  • Understand the unique needs and behaviors of cats.Have a feline-friendly environment and make veterinary visits more cat-friendly.
  • Understand the unique needs and behaviors of cats.Have a feline-friendly environment and make veterinary visits more cat-friendly.
  • Have the appropriate equipment and facilities needed to diagnose and treat feline patients.
  • Meet specific standards for the facility and care of hospitalized cats.

The Cat Friendly Practice® program is designed to:

  • Help reduce stress associated with veterinary visits.Improve the quality of care provided.
  • Support the veterinary team so that the entire staff is educated and knowledgeable about your cats’ distinct needs and behaviors.

5 Reasons Not to Postpone Veterinary Exams

Feline Friendly

Cats are special. They’re unique. Any feline owner can tell you that. They also have unique needs in healthcare; from limiting their encounters to dogs, to having a deeper understanding of their particular biology, to creating an environment that limits their stress, and more. We are proud to be a certified Feline Friendly animal hospital. It shows how much we care about giving your cat truly the best health care. Because you deserve no less.

Cat Friendly Practices® take extra steps to provide the best care and experience for you and your cat.

You can expect your Cat Friendly Practice® to:

  • Understand the unique needs and behaviors of cats.Have a feline-friendly environment and make veterinary visits more cat-friendly.
  • Understand the unique needs and behaviors of cats.Have a feline-friendly environment and make veterinary visits more cat-friendly.
  • Have the appropriate equipment and facilities needed to diagnose and treat feline patients.
  • Meet specific standards for the facility and care of hospitalized cats.

The Cat Friendly Practice® program is designed to:

  • Help reduce stress associated with veterinary visits.Improve the quality of care provided.
  • Support the veterinary team so that the entire staff is educated and knowledgeable about your cats’ distinct needs and behaviors.

5 Reasons Not to Postpone Veterinary Exams