6/10/2014 - We have been nominated again, this year for the Detroit A-List Best Veterinarian category! In 2013, we came in third. We appreciate all your support in voting for us!
We have been certified as a Gold Standard Cat Friendly Practice by the American Association of Feline Practitioners.
What does this mean for your cat?
A timely reminder from Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital:
During this time of year we feel it is important to let you know that Easter lilies are potentially deadly to cats. All parts of the plant are considered toxic, and intoxication can occur with ingestion of less than one leaf.
Symptoms to look for include vomiting, loss of appetite, and depression. If your cat exhibits any of these symptoms or if you suspect that your cat has ingested any part of an Easter lily seek veterinary care immediately. With prompt treatment, full recovery is possible. Due to these risks, cat owners are encouraged to avoid placing lilies where cats reside.
Please share this with ALL cat owners you know!
Spring is here!! Is your cat protected against FELINE HEARTWORM DISEASE?
Heartworm infection is caused when an infected mosquito bites your cat. The immature larvae are carried to the arteries in the lungs where they cause an inflammatory reaction that can results in signs including coughing, vomiting, breathing difficulties and even death. Heartworm disease is difficult to diagnose and treat, but easy to prevent with one of several medications that are given monthly during the warm weather months. Studies have shown even indoor cats are susceptible, with some studies reporting over 25% of infected cats being strictly indoors. April 15th is not only time for taxes, but time to start your cat's heartworm prevention.
Please call 248-666-5287 and let us help prevent Feline Heartworm Disease in your cat!
For more information log on to http://www.knowheartworms.org.
The Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital's 2013 Calendar is here! Calendars are now just $8.00 each.
All proceeds will go toward a charitable feline cause. Come pick one up today!
Congratulations to the following kitties and their families for having their photos voted in and published in the 2013 calendar:
- Sabrina and the Hoffman Family
Annabelle and the Hruska Family
Joey and the Morton Family
Tabbie and the Kobus Family
Cooper and the Poche Family
Cleo and the Trevino Family
Shorty and Fletcher and the Milnes Family
- Lewis and the Wilson Family
- Vitesse and the Baker Family
- Bear and the Catalfio Family
- Mowgli and the Catalfio Family
- Rocky and Patches and the Fitzpatrick Family
- Josie and the Komasara family
Would you like to submit a photo of your favorite feline friend for a chance to be in the Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital's 2013 Calendar?
Please read through the guidelines for photo submission and submit your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will accept photos until September 1, 2013. Good Luck!
Health News Alerts
2/14/2011: IDEXX Laboratories announced today that infection with the 2009 H1N1 influenza virus was confirmed in a 6-year-old cat in Wisconsin. For more information, please see the the American Veterinary Medical Association's website.
12/21/2010: A case of rabies has been reported in Royal Oak. City officials have released information on the city of Royal Oak's website. Please follow this link for further information.
It was with a heavy heart that on Tuesday, June 1, 2011 we sadly said goodbye to our beloved Buddy.
Buddy was a very special part of Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital. His quirky character, good nature and exceptional handsomeness brightened everyone's day. We will all miss him terribly, but are glad that he can keep Ginger, Mellow and all his other friends passed company, now.
We love you, Buddy, you will always have a special place in our hearts. (May 22, 1995 - June 1, 2011)
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Trying to find a home for a cat or kitten?
We have compiled a list of local animal shelters and rescue groups that may be able to help.
Find it here.
Holiday Safety Tips to keep your cat safe and healthy during the holiday season.