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


Money Tips for Caring Pet Owners

The American Veterinary Medical Association has published resources on their website tips for taking care of pets financially.

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Test Your Cat IQ

True or False? 1. Cats may become diabetics?

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FIV Vaccines Back Ordered

Feline FIV vaccines are on permanent back order status at this time.

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Celebrating 25 Years in Business

We are going to test your memories of the clinic's early years. Can you answer these questions?

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Cats That Need to Be Combed Regularly

Long haired cats usually need to be combed regularly by their owners at least 3 times a week and sometimes daily. Cats with extremely fine hair will need combing daily. Combing is better than brushing. Get at least 2 combs-one to basic comb and one to fine comb. Brushes are not as effective to keep long haired cats from matting.

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Flea Combs-One of the Most Valuable Cat Care Products Available

A flea comb is one of the most valuable cat care products that you can purchase. St. Louis Cat Clinic sells a double sided plastic one that is about $1.50 including tax. We use them in the clinic and they seem to be durable and effective.

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Time to play!

We are celebrating 25 years in business and want to do something fun for you. With that in mind, here is a hidden word puzzle.

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Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is a common condition in pets. Ever wonder what is done when the veterinarian recommends a dental cleaning? Watch this informative video on periodontal disease:

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Clinical Studies Open and in Progress at St. Louis Cat Clinic

Read about open and in progress clinic studies at St. Louis Cat Clinic.

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FDA Warning for Fluorouracil

Fluorouracil is a prescription topical ointment often used on humans for the treatment of superficial skin basal cell tumors. So reports of five dogs have become ill and died after accidentally ingesting the medication.

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