Welcome to Cheshire Cat Feline Health Center !
CHESHIRE CAT IS A CAT ONLY HOSPITAL ... WE SPECIALIZE IN CATS!
We are the premier provider of feline-exclusive veterinary care in San Diego, California
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!!We Love Cats!!
Halloween Safety Tips
Most of us can’t resist a four-legged vampire, a super cat superhero, or a fluffy princess. In fact, pet parents spend an average of $350 million on pet costumes each Halloween. So, if you and your fur baby’s Halloween plans include dressing up for a costume contest, parade, or trick-or-treating, there are a few things to keep in mind. Choose your cat's costume with care; make sure that it fits well and doesn't restrict his breathing, movement, eye sight or meowing. Be mindful of any dangling pieces of fabric or buttons that can be chewed off and swallowed. Costumes can be stressful for some cats, so no matter how adorable your cat looks dressed up as a pirate or Darth Vader, if he/she seems distressed, it's best to avoid the costume.
Prevent Spooked Pets:
Seeing excited trick-or-treaters dressed up and having fun may be one of your favorite parts of Halloween, but it may also be a scary and stressful time for your cat. To reduce anxiety and prevent your precious cat from fleeing, most cats do best when kept in a separate room, away from the front door while trick-or-treaters are out and about. Remember, the best dressed cats this Halloween are wearing a collar with an I.D. tag and a microchip! Proper identification is the best chance of you becoming reunited with your cat should he become lost.
Stash The Goodies:
What's Halloween without a bounty of candy? Whether it's a bowl of candy ready for little ghosts and goblins, or the loot brought home from a night of trickor-treating, it should be kept far out of reach of Princess or Fluffy. Chocolate, especially dark or baking chocolate, is dangerous for cats, and Xylitol, an artificial sweetener found in sugar-free candies and most types of gum, can also cause very serious medical problems for your cats. If you think your cat has eaten something toxic, please call Cheshire Cat Clinic at 858-483-1573 or the ASPCA Poison Control Center at 888-426-4435 immediately.
WHAT MAKES OUR HOSPITAL SPECIAL?
At Cheshire Cat Feline Health Center, our focus is on felines only. We feel that, by catering to cats, we are able to offer our clients and their feline companions the best veterinary care possible. We advocate LOW STRESS VET VISITS!
Cats are unique animals and they require specialized techniques, handling, and equipment. At Cheshire Cat Feline Health Center we are able to provide all of these and by maintaining a cat-only facility, lower your cat's stress level and increase comfort.
There have been some great advances in veterinary knowledge about cats in recent years and, by concentrating only on cats, our hospital is able to keep up with this explosion of knowledge and to offer your cat the most up-to-date care possible.
We look forward to meeting you and your feline family soon!
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