Monday: 9:00 am-7:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am-7:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am-7:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am-12:30 pm

St. Louis Cat Clinic, Inc.
Phone: (314) 832-2287
3460 Hampton Ave.
Suite 101
St. Louis, MO 63139

Purrfect For Cats


Toxic Hazards to Cats Part 2

Below is a list of the most common plants which cause problems. Most Common Poisonous Plants

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Does your cat have kidney disease?

A nationwide clinical trial is under way to evaluate a new drug intended for the treatment of hypertension (high blood pressure) in cats as kidney disease and hypertension often occur together.

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Toxic Hazards to Cats Part 1

In honor of poison prevention month we ask you to take the time to educate yourself about toxic products that are often used around the house. Doing the research now may help when a true emergency arises.

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Pet Health Insurance

There are several companies offering pet heath insurance in the market today. A major problem with a number of them is that the company will not insure a pet when it reaches 10 years of age or older. When do a majority of pets have health problems? Yes, you guessed it-when they are 10 and older.

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December holiday concerns

Stress, distress, danger at a lovely season. Holiday feedings of unusual foods, holiday decorations, the stress of guests can weigh heavily on the health of cats who do not handle changes well. Avoid tensile on Christmas trees. Do not indulge cats with human foods that may be too rich and cause vomiting and/or diarrhea.

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It’s a celebration!

St. Louis Cat Clinic opened it’s doors on November 30, 1992. At the time, the clinic was located on Chippewa in a strip shopping center across the street from Hampton Village. There were five small businesses in the center. Dobbs was on the corner in a free standing building.

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Obesity is one of the most common and very serious medical problems in domestic cats and dogs today. Is the phenomenon a trickle down from the US phenomenon of over weight people? Is it related or not related?

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Thanksgiving can be a deadly time of the year for pets. Special feedings of holiday foods can cost a cat its health and life. Feeding from holiday menus can cause severe intestinal problems such as vomiting and diarrhea.

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Halloween can be a dangerous time of the year for cats. Unfortunately, some people view cats as evil. Halloween, the time for ghouls and goblins, often triggers serious and sometimes fatal abuse of cats caught outside. This is especially true for black and red tabby cats.

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Poisonous Plants and Products

Many household plants and products can be dangerous to cats. The Cat Fanciers’ Association provides a brochure on common house plants which are available at the clinic.

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