Here at Care Animal Hospital, we’re proud to offer you our feline medicine services. We have over 25 years of serving the greater Temecula area, taking care of various cat breeds and sizes.
Why Should I Bring My Cat to Care Animal Hospital?
From annual examinations and vaccinations to in-depth surgery, cat grooming, dentistry or procedures, we provide an array of veterinary services to help your feline friends live a long and healthy life.
- Experienced and Trained Staff: Our dedicated veterinary care professionals have extensive experience and training, ensuring that your pet receives the best veterinary care possible.
- State-of-the-Art Technology: We employ advanced, cutting-edge equipment that delivers precise and high-quality results, enabling us to provide accurate diagnoses and effective treatment cat care options for your furry friend.
- Experts in Cat Medicine and Behavioral Changes: As a pet owner, you deeply understand your cat’s behavior. Keep an eye out for any noticeable shifts, injuries, or signs of illness. If you observe anything concerning, don’t hesitate to contact us or schedule an appointment for a comprehensive examination of your cat’s health.
Cat Veterinary Services
Below are the veterinary care services Care Animal Hospital offers your cat:
- Examinations and check-ups
- Immunizations and vaccinations
- Feline distemper (Panleukopenia)
- Feline calcivirus
- Feline viral rhinotrachetis
- Feline leukemia
- Feline infectious peritonitis
- Laboratory work
- Complete blood count and chemistry
- Digital x-rays
- Annual dental care assessments
- Routine dental cleanings
- Flouride treatments
- Dental x-ray
- Periodontal treatments
- Restorative dental care
- Treatments of oral cancers, inflammatory mouth disorders
- Spaying or neutering
- Anesthetics: general, local, sedative, and topical
- Soft Tissue Surgery
- Nutritional Counseling
How Can I Take My Cat To The Vet?
We recommend implementing these life care practices to ensure your cat’s safety and well-being during the visit to our clinic:
- Use a secure kennel or carrier for safe transportation.
- Make the kennel inviting with familiar bedding and scents.
- If you’re wondering how to train your cat to enter the kennel, you can lure them inside by feeding them treats.
- You can also spray the bedding with scents your cat is familiar with, or a calming spray for cats.
- Opt for a portable kennel with multiple entrances for easier handling.
How Can I Ensure A Stress-Free Vet Visit With My Cat?
Because cats can be hyper-sensitive animals, taking them to a new and different environment can be difficult, however, the examination process that a vet goes through is not threatening and is often calming. With you, the cat’s friend, providing comfort and reassurance, your cat will not be stressed or anxious.
Practicing taking your cat on car rides is also a good idea. This will familiarize them with the journey, making them less scared on the actual vet visit.
Treats and toys for good behavior will also be helpful in making sure your cat stays calm at the vet.
How Often Should I Bring My Cat To The Vet?
If your cat is still a kitten, you should bring the kitten in for a monthly visit for the first four months for immunizations and examination for health, growth, and development.
You should take your cat to Care Animal Hospital for annual check-ups during their adult stage (1-7 years old). If your cat is older, 7 years and up, then it is recommended that wellness exams should be accomplished two times a year or every six months.