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

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New Prescription Diet for Cats With Food Allergies

There has been an explosion of cat and dog foods that have used all of the "novel" protein meat sources in over the counter foods; so there is not longer a "novel' protein meat source available for pets.

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How Much Should I Feed My Cat?

One of the biggest health problems we see in cats is obesity. We humans are feeding our cats, we hold the keys to prevent obesity. Let's use those keys!

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St. Louis Cat Clinic Cat Food Drive

Please donate to our December cat food drive. We are collecting cat food to donate to an animal food pantry in St. Louis to help feed the cats of owners who are struggling with financial needs.

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Staff Hidden Word

It's official the clinic is 25 years old! Twenty-five years ago this month Dr. Freesh opened the clinic. Thank you to everyone who supported us and helped the clinic grow over the years. Here is another hidden word puzzle for you. This one lists clinic staff, see how many names you can find.

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New Cat Toy just in time for Christmas

Nibblers is a new product Dr. Freesh saw at the American Association of Feline Practitioners meeting. Kittens and young cats who like to chew on items and people may enjoy chewing on these instead. They can be refilled with catnip.

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Bladder Stones

This neutered, male cat has 4 bladder stones visible on x-ray #1. The stones did not dissolve with a prescription dissolution diet which likely indicates that they are Calcium Oxylate stones.

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is fun time for kids and grownups but it is also a time to be aware of hidden dangers.

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Dangers and Treatments for Household Battery Ingestion

In today's households batteries of all types can be found — alkaline, disc and rechargeable — and all present risks to pets who are exposed to them.

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Clinical Study

If your cat is at least 1 year of age, and currently or previously had trouble passing feces, he or she may qualify for this trial.

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Foreign Body Surgery

A neutered male Domestic Shorthair cat was seen by Dr. Kinnunen because he had a strange swelling on his ventral abdomen that had a couple of red areas and a point in the middle.

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