We have a number of trusted, educational links below that provide a wealth of information and we encourage our clients to visit these websites. Enjoy!
The Cat Community
This online resource provides a wealth of reliable & educational information from feline veterinarians.
Cornell Feline Health Center
This website has a number of relevant cat articles and information for cat owners.
Pet Health Network
This online resource provides education information on pet health topics written by veterinarians.
Cat Carrier Woes
Having trouble getting your cat into their carrier? View this video for some helpful hints and hopefully a stress-free visit to Cats Only Veterinary Hospital. 5 Simple Steps For Cat-Friendly Carriers
For many cat owners, this payment option allows one to spread their veterinary bill over months with little to no interest charges. Not only can this option be used for your cat’s health care needs, it can also be used for your medical needs. Please contact our hospital for the specific plans we offer as we are unable to offer all the plans listed on their website.
Nationwide Pet Insurance
As the cost of veterinary medicine rises, there are a few insurance companies specific for veterinary medicine that can help with these expenses. They offer a number of different packages to help tailor to your specific expectations and desires. Most of our clients use Nationwide Pet Insurance (formally VPI Insurance).
Cat Videos – Cornell Feline Health Center
The Cornell Feline Health Center provides a number of educational topics including educational videos. Use these videos as a learning tool, and please feel free to discuss these topics with our staff.
- Brushing Your Cat’s Teeth
- Trimming Your Cat’s Claws
- Giving Your Cat a Pill or Capsule
- Giving Your Cat Liquid Medication
- Caring For Your Diabetic Cat
- Owner’s Guide to Kidney Disease
ASPCA Pet Poisoning App
Download this free app below onto your smart phone to help determine potential poisons in and around your household.
iPhone Mobile App:
Android Mobile App:
The CATalyst Council is reaching out to all parties – the pet healthcare community, shelter and welfare organizations, government, commercial groups, and the public – to ensure that cats receive the proper care and attention they need and deserve.
As you may already know, there is a lot of veterinary information on the internet. This website has many up-to-date articles written by expert veterinarians from VIN (Veterinary Information Network). VIN is the world’s first and largest online veterinary community and database whose consultants are in the top in their field. Our doctor’s subscribe to VIN to remain current and to provide our clients and patients with up-to-date medical care. The Veterinary Partner website provides a wide variety of information such as vaccines, commonly used medications, and medical conditions/diseases. You can perform a quick search on a specific topic with their search engine.
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)
We are an AAHA accredited hospital. This website gives information about what it means to be an AAHA accredited hospital and the requirements we must have to remain accredited. Their website also has numerous cat articles and general veterinary information. Enjoy!
Indoor Cat Initiative
The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine website has a number of suggestions to enrich the lives of your cats. The suggestions are aimed at indoor only cats and suggestions to prevent unwanted behaviors. Our hospital recommends a number of these suggestions and tips to our clients.
Veterinary Oral Health Council (VOHC)
The VOHC is a council made up of veterinary dentists that awards a “VOHC Seal of Acceptance” to diets and treats proven to reduce and/or prevent plaque and tartar. Their website contains a list of products awarded a “VOHC Seal of Acceptance.” Our hospital recommends and uses a number of these products to help maintain a healthy mouth in our patients. Visit our Dental Healthcare & Surgery page for more information.
American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA)
This professional veterinary organization website has a number of articles for cat owners. Our doctor’s are members of the AVMA that serves as an excellent resource to veterinarians and pet owners.
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
This organization actively works to be the voice of our pets through education, passing of humane laws, rescuing animals from abuse, and working with shelters across the nation. This website has a number of good articles on pets.
Cat Food / Treat Recalls
Click on the widget below to search the latest cat food/treat recalls.
Our comprehensive physical examinations serve a number of purposes. Together with a detailed history, our doctors will formulate a Medical Plan specifically for your cat based on their findings.READ MORE
Our hospital only uses non-adjuvanted vaccines. An adjuvant is added to a vaccine to stimulate the immune system to react to the vaccine and thus increase the effectiveness of the vaccine (i.e. to make antibodies to protect your cat in the future).READ MORE
- Prevention Services
Preventative Healthcare is a major focus of Cats Only Veterinary Hospital. Our Preventative Healthcare approach is tailored to each individual cat with regards to their specific environment, lifestyle, nutrition, potential risks, and other considerations. Our Wellness Plans allow you to make low monthly payments over the course of a year.READ MORE
- Laser Surgery
Most of our surgical procedures utilize the benefits of laser surgery. All of our routine surgeries (neuter, spay, declaw) utilize this technology and the results are truly remarkable.READ MORE
- Class IV Laser Therapy
Cats Only Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer state-of-the-art Class IV Laser Therapy for a drug-free, surgery-free, pain-free treatment for your cat. Laser Therapy has been used for over 40 years in human medicine and has recently entered into the veterinary field.READ MORE
- Dental Healthcare & Surgery
Approximately 70% of cats over the age of 2 to 3 have some degree of periodontal disease (tartar, plaque, gingivitis, tooth resorption). Each comprehensive physical examination will include an evaluation of your cat’s mouth.READ MORE
- Hospitalization & Imaging
In some instances, we may recommend hospitalization for your cat. Our hospital is equipped with a number of monitoring equipment and services. The following is a short list of services and equipment that may be required:READ MORE
Our feline friends cannot (or do not) tell us when they are unwell. We often use blood and urine tests along with a detailed history and comprehensive physical examination to help us determine if there is a problem internally.READ MORE
Leaving for a vacation? Visiting family for the holidays? Need to travel for a business trip? Worried about your feline family members while you are away? Don’t be. Our cat friendly, quiet, cozy boarding facility is the Purrrrrfect choice for your feline family members while you are away.READ MORE
For your convenience, our hospital stocks commonly used medications. With each new medication dispensed, you will receive a medication information sheet thatREAD MORE