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Helping the homeless

on July 22, 2016 - 9:27am

Gemma RVN writes: I don’t know what it is, but since working at the Cat Clinic earlier this year I have had two stray cats turn up at my house demanding that I feed and care for them, so of course I’ve had to give in! The first one, a gorgeous big ginger tom we called Clarence (you may remember him from our Facebook page) turned out to be carrying the Feline Aids Virus (FIV), but otherwise appeared to be in good health.

Thinking of Sharing Your Home With a New Kitten?

on September 18, 2015 - 5:05pm

There are many factors to take into consideration when choosing a new kitten, but one of the most important that often gets overlooked, is how to choose the ‘right’ kitten. Although it can be difficult not to spontaneously take home the first cute kitten you meet, it is extremely important to take time and consideration, to ensure that the next 15-18 years results in a happy and enjoyable relationship between cat and owner. Kittens require good socialisation and exposure to life experiences very early on in life, between 3-9 weeks, to ensure that they turn in to well-rounded adults.

Lets Go! Stress-free journeys to the clinic.

on May 19, 2015 - 2:15pm

Most cat owners experience some degree of difficulty when transporting their cat to the clinic and we are frequently asked for advice on ways to make the journey less fraught for everyone.

Indeed we are often told by owners that they have been putting off routine vet visits as they find it so stressful to get their cat into the carrier.

Don’t wait until you have a visit booked imminently to the clinic: you can start helping your cat straight away!


Cats find it very stressful to leave their territory and the surroundings they are used to.

Anything you can do to bring a sense of