As COVID-19 continues to shape our lives, we at Cats Only are taking precautions to help ensure the safety of our staff and our clients we are privileged to serve.
Curbside services are available
Simply call from your cell phone in our parking lot and someone will be out shortly to carry your feline family member into our hospital. We will take a history, discuss the doctor’s examination findings, and give our recommendations over the phone. Picking up medications, preventatives or diets? Simple call us in the parking lot, make a payment over the phone or though our website, and someone will carry your products to you in your car.
For those clients that wish to enter the hospital, face masks are recommended while you are in the hospital. Proper face mask usage means the mask must cover the mouth and nose.
Once you enter the hospital, clients should expect to enter an examination room to promote social distancing. We use examination rooms for you to fill out surgery or dental authorization forms, sign medical plans, and go over discharge instructions. Plastic screens are at the front desk to promote this concept.
Disinfecting & Sanitizing
Hand sanitizer is available at the front desk. Each room is thoroughly disinfected after each appointment.
Common Sense If you are feeling unwell, please let us know and we’ll be happy to reschedule your appointment. If you answer “Yes” to any othe the following questions, please postpone your appointment:
• Have you had contact with an individual who tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
• Have you had any of the following symptoms in the past 48 hours (fever, cough, difficulty breathing, chills, muscle aches, sore throat, loss of taste, loss of smell, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or headaches)?
• Have you traveled to an area affected by COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
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, PureVax vaccines. An adjuvant is added to a vaccine to stimulate the immune system. Unfortunately, many cats have bad reactions to adjuvanted vaccines.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.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 servicesREAD 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. We strive to only use medications that are labeled for cats.READ MORE