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Chicago Cat Clinic

Wellness Care

We are a compassionate team of experienced professionals who have dedicated our entire careers to cats. We look forward to meeting both you and your cat!

Veterinary Services

Wellness Care

Comprehensive Care for Your Cat

Cat Wellness Care is important for the overall health of your cat. Chicago Cat Clinic offers a variety of services to help keep your cat healthy and happy, including vaccinations, routine check-ups, spaying/neutering, and much more. Contact us today to learn more about our Wellness Care services.

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Examinations

A yearly physical examination is a good way to keep your cat healthy. We can address diet and nutrition, behavioral issues, and your cat’s overall health and well-being during this crucial face-to-face time. Additionally, it will enable the early identification of problems that may be fixed with preventative actions.

Vaccinations

For indoor and outdoor cats alike, vaccinations are a crucial component of preventative care. In order to protect the public’s health and safety, Cook County law mandates current vaccinations. Make an appointment with us right away to learn which vaccinations we advise based on the demands of your cat’s lifestyle and overall wellness.

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Screening

An annual fecal examination to check for intestinal parasites is a crucial component of a comprehensive strategy for your cat’s general health. It is essential to screen outdoor cats for worms such as whipworms, hookworms, and roundworms. Intestinal parasites are less frequent in indoor cats, although they can still occur.

Prevention

Treatment after the fact is significantly more difficult than flea and heartworm prevention, which includes using a topical medication once a month. Fleas can cause more serious issues, such as skin disease and (in extreme circumstances) anemia, if they are not treated. Heartworms in cats are now incurable, so the only treatment option is prevention.

Weight Management

In the United States, feline obesity is a serious health problem that is on the rise. Your cat may be more susceptible to diabetes, joint disease, skin problems, and other health difficulties if they are obese. In order to ensure that your furry friend has a long, healthy, and happy life under your care, we will provide advice regarding your cat’s diet and nutritional requirements.

Microchipping

According to the website HomeAgain, one in three pets lose their owners at some point in their lives, and 90% of them never find their way back. Microchipping is always advised as a quick, efficient fix for this issue. The procedure is brief and just temporarily uncomfortable. Contact us right away if you have any inquiries about microchipping.

Special Needs

Among the conditions that call for particular diet plans include geriatric illness, inflammatory bowel disorder, renal disease, and food allergies. If your cat is an older cat, he or she might also require specific nutritional guidance. We are pleased to evaluate your cat’s unique needs and offer suggestions.

Behavioral

Any age can see behavioral issues with cats. If you have any questions regarding your cat’s behavior, whether you are bringing home a brand-new kitten, adopting an older cat, or need to evaluate a long-time family member, we are here to help. To make an appointment for your cat, please book online.