Your cat might act independent, but he still counts on you to provide him with food, water, safe shelter, veterinary care, a clean litter box, love, and more. Take care of these essentials, and you’ll develop a rewarding relationship with your feline companion.
Take your cat to the veterinarian for regular check-ups and vaccinations. If you don’t have a veterinarian, ask your local animal shelter, rescue group, or a pet-owning friend for a referral. Medical care is as essential for your cat as it is for you. If you already have dogs or cats at home, make sure they are up-to-date on their shots and in good general health before you introduce your new cat.
Find a full list of our Cat Tips at: www.greshamanimalhospital.com/10-tips-for-cats/
Gresham Animal Hospital has been providing loving care to our patients and their owners since 1944. We are the oldest Animal Hospital in East County and growing. If you have a pet emergency, stop by our office located at 520 NW Division Street in Gresham. Keep Gresham Animal Hospital in mind to help you care for your adoptive pet. To schedule a checkup, shots, vaccines, or dental care, give us a call at 503.666.1600.
“You’ll see how much we know, and you’ll know how much we care.”