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Do Well By Your Cat, Schedule An Annual Wellness Exam

October 24, 2020 5:04 am Published by

The importance of wellness exams for cats cannot be understated. Even the most mellow, laid-back cats can mask illness and you may not see symptoms until it is too late. For that reason, the best way you can do well by your cat is to stay current with their wellness exams. Here are a few of the biggest benefits of an annual cat exam—even if your furry feline isn’t so thrilled about the appointment. Early illness detection: Cats hide ailments well and some conditions have a higher chance of recovery if a vet detects it early. At Kingstowne Cat Clinic,... View Article

Signs of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease

October 15, 2020 10:22 pm Published by

Cat owners in Alexandria, VA too often dismiss inappropriate urination as bad behavior. What’s more likely is that an underlying health issue is at play. Peeing outside the litter box, frequent urination and excessive licking are telltale signs of a lower urinary tract disease. What is a lower urinary tract disease? Owners must understand what a lower urinary tract disease is, because they’re the most common reason why cats visit the vet. The term “feline lower urinary tract disease” (or FLUTD for short) encompasses a group of health conditions affecting a cat’s bladder or urethra. Conditions that fall under FLUTD... View Article

When Should My Cat Get a Dental Cleaning?

October 1, 2020 10:22 pm Published by

A cat’s oral health deserves as much attention as that of their humans. Unfortunately, dental disease is prevalent among adult cats because owners don’t realize their furry friends need a toothbrush, too. Chances are it’s time to call your vet in Alexandria, VA for a feline dental cleaning. In the meantime, keep an eye out for these common signs your cat needs dental work. A tooth has mysteriously disappeared Take a look inside your kitty’s mouth to see if all their teeth are visible. If the cat has gone years without a feline dental cleaning, you may notice a gap... View Article

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