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Lincoln Ave Cat Hospital Getting ” Best” review

At the Lincoln Avenue Cat Hospital, we try to make all our customers both Furry and Human feel their best and at home. Our “No Dogs Allowed” atmosphere offers your feline friend a less intimidating setting for you to come to. No loud barking or whining, only purring and meows. It’s no wonder why your […]



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9 Purr-sonalities of Cats Boarding at LACH

Are you thinking of boarding your Cat or Kitten? Tom is our resident Cat Whisperer and connects with our patients and boarders.  While your feline friend spends time at Lincoln Ave Cat Hospital boarding, Tom will  be attending to your cat making sure he’s comfortable and cared for.  It’s not unusual to get a report back […]



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What you need to know about FeLV

Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a disease affecting cats only and is transmitted from cat to cat through saliva, blood, urine and feces. The Virus causes anemia or lymphoma and can suppress the immune system and lead to deadly infection. Exposure to the virus isn’t always deadly, as many cats are resistant or eliminate the […]



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An Easy and Safe Alternative to Declawing

Soft Paws for Cat Claws Cats use their claws to climb, scratch, and defend themselves. If you’re cat has run of your house, they’ve most likely been climbing, stretching and scratching everywhere.  Are your couches, chairs and carpets torn and scratched up? Providing scratching posts and toys helps keep your cats busy. But some cats […]



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Cat Allergies and Asthma

Did you know that Cats can suffer from allergies and asthma?  Funny we usually think how they can cause these reactions not suffer from them. Common symptoms in asthmatic cats are wheezing and coughing. It’s often misdiagnosed as having hairballs and sound like a dry hacking cough often confused with gagging or throwing up.   As […]



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Free Kitten Exam

We’re Cat Friendly! If you’ve recently adopted a kitten we’d like to meet you both by offering a free kitten exam! Pet Ownership can be an exciting adventure and sometimes an expensive one. Along with adoption or purchase fees, you need to provide a safe environment, quality food and healthcare for your new furry friend. […]



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Your Cat’s Paws and Claws

How much do you know about your cat’s paws and claws? Cats stand or walk on its digits, or toes. Unlike the dog and horse, the cat walks or runs by moving first the front and back legs on one side, then the front and back legs on the other side. Only the camel and the […]



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Listen Up and Clean Those Ears

Cat Ears Come in Many Different Shapes and Sizes. Large ears, small ears, folded ears, curled ears or straight ears, cat ears are like snow flakes, no two are alike.  Cat ears have two functions, to detect sound and for balance. Most cats will go through life without experiencing any problems with their ears. But owners […]



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Dental Duty: Facts About Teeth

Did You Know you can tell a cat’s age by its teeth? Just like humans, cats have “baby teeth,” or deciduous teeth in veterinary terminology. Those are 26 sharp tiny teeth and they start to  grow between the ages of two and four weeks. Cats permanent teeth come in at between three and six months, […]



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Danger Lurks at Bath time

Who’s Afraid of Bathing a Cat? Wild cats, such as  tigers, lions, and leopards love water. Domestics? Not so much!  Sure there are some cat breeds, such as the Maine Coon, Manx, Savannah, American Bobtail, Turkish Angora, Turkish Van, Abyssinian and Japanese Bobtail, who love to play in water, but the most common breed – […]



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