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The Reminder of our Holiday Hours:

Monday, December 24th – 8:00 a.m. – Noon

 Tuesday, December 25th – CLOSED

 Monday, December 31st – 8:00 a.m. – Noon

 Tuesday, January 1st – CLOSED

 In case of After Hours Emergency:

 Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners, 847-673-9110

 MedVet, 773-281-7110

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During October we’re proud to celebrate National Veterinary Technician and Assistant Week! All of us at Chicago Cat Clinic would like you to know about the many contributions our veterinary technicians and assistants make every day. From assisting patients and their...

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Have you noticed that your cat’s water bowl needs to be filled more often? Have you noticed that they are constantly hounding you for food? Have they experienced weight loss recently? These can all be symptoms of Diabetes in your cat. Diabetes, or high blood sugar, is...

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You may have heard the news that over one third of cats are now overweight or obese. Main causes are a lack of exercise and too much food, as many cats receive very generous portion sizes. Remember that we can create a customized weight loss program for your...

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Imagine not seeing a doctor for four years! That’s what happens if your cat does not see the doctor for just one year. Because our cats age so much faster than we do, it’s very important for your cat to be seen by one of our doctors at least once year. Many times...

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Warmer weather brings open doors and windows and a greater risk of outdoor escapes.  Protect your cats and give yourself peace of mind by having them microchipped today!  Microchips can be quickly scanned by any veterinary clinic or animal shelter - and could reunite...

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If you’ll be making an appointment for your kitty today, here something you should try several days before your visit.  Place the carrier out in the open and let your cat get used to it.  Open the door and let your cat explore the inside.  During your drive here,...

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Many experts agree…this summer looks like it could be one of the worst Tick seasons on record. Ticks can carry diseases that cause major health issues for your cat including Lyme disease, Ehrlichia and Anaplasmosis.  Avoid tall grass and wooded areas, walk in the...

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One of the easiest ways to catch problems early and keep your pet healthy is by doing a simple blood panel.  A blood panel is a quick and easy way to check for things like anemia, infections, and a host of other problems that may not seem obvious.  Ask us about a...

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During National Poison Prevention Week, we want to remind pet owners that rodenticide use poses a significant safety risk to animals and people. Though rodents can be a health risk on their own, rodenticides are specifically designed to kill small mammals, which means these products are also dangerous and potentially deadly to people and other animals that consume them. It's very important that you read and follow label directions and always store and use rodent baits and other potentially toxic products out of reach of children and animals. You can also look into non-rodenticide methods for controlling rodents.

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Most of us with multiple cats feed all in a single location, but the fact is cats like to eat alone, and feeding them all in the same place can be stressful and may cause behavioral problems.

We recommend feeding each cat in a separate area, ideally out of sight of other pets. And always, keep food and water bowls separate from where your litter boxes are.

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You’ll want to keep an eye on your feline friend for these signs of periodontal disease.

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