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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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Special deal for Purina foods on Pro Plan Vet Direct

Purina Pro Plan Vet Direct has a great special going on now! Get 20% off Pro Plan diets with any purchase of a Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diet. Use promo code PROPLAN20.

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The Most Trusted Online Source for Pet Products — Us!

Did you know you can purchase your pet’s medications and nutrition products in our online store and have them delivered right to your front door?

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Tritrichomonas

Tritrichomonas is an intestinal parasite often responsible for chronic diarrhea in cats. Unfortunately, the current PCR test for Tritrichomonas is not a be all/end all test. It is expensive and the test results if "negative" are always qualified with the statement that there may not be enough of the protozoa present to produce a positive test.

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Megacolan in Cats

Subtotal colectomy (removal of the colon) is the cure for cats with megacolon/constipation. Although the doctors at St. Louis Cat Clinic provide information about the surgery and mention it to clients, clients always choose to pursue medical management for the disease rather than surgery.

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Winter Tapeworm Watch

Winter is a good time to watch cat butts for Tapeworm segments and worm if needed. We probably see more of our cats in the Winter when they seek warmth near us; so observation is easier.

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Pet Poison Helpline

The Pet Poison Helpline is an excellent resource for veterinarians and pet owners and is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

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My Cats Can't Have Worms or Intestinal Parasites!

If your cat is indoor, can he or she have intestinal parasites? If your cat is old, can she or he have intestinal parasites? If you don't see any worms in the stool or in your cat's litter box, can she or he have internal parasites? If your cat does not have diarrhea, can he or she have intestinal parasites? The answer is yes, yes, yes, and yes.

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Announcement

Dr. Alison Kinnunen is taking a full time position in Illinois and will be leaving St. Louis Cat Clinic at the end of December, 2017. However, she has offered to help in January and February, 2018 by working on Tuesdays when Dr. Freesh has knee replacement surgery. We wish her the very best! We will miss her.

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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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