We strive very hard to be a cat friendly clinic providing healthcare and advice for all cats.
Our main aim is to keep your cats fit and healthy but when they get sick, we are there 24/7 to provide advice and care to make them better again.
Below is a selection of information and advice sheets covering some of the more common cat queries we receive.
Why not also check out our Blog page where we regularly talk about interesting feline topics?
If you have any concerns about your cat, call us on 01243 842832 and we will be very pleased to help you.
What is cat scratch disease and what causes it?
Cat Scratch Disease, or Cat Scratch Fever, is a disease of humans, not of cats. However, a cat scratch is often associated with the disease,...
How common is dental disease in cats?
Dental disease is one of the most frequent ailments seen by veterinary surgeons, and can be found to some degree in the majority of cats over two...
There are now more pet cats than dogs in Britain. Increasingly, with improved nutrition, health care and management changes, more and more of these cats are living to greater ages. In America, over the...
What is Feline Leukaemia Virus?
Feline Leukaemia Virus (FeLV) is one of the most important viral infections of cats, being a common cause of illness and death. In general, around 1-2% of the cat...
What is the cause of fight wounds on a cat?
Over 90% of septic wounds in cats result from cat bites sustained during a cat fight. Dog, rat and other rodent bites can occur...
What is spraying?
Urine spraying is part of the cat's normal scent-marking behavioural repertoire which also includes scratching, rubbing, chinning, bunting (depositing secretions from head glands on twigs etc., and middening (leaving faeces uncovered)....