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Cats Veterinarian

Cats are experts at hiding their clinical signs. Evolutionarily, cats are anatomically programmed to conceal signs of illness. Predators instinctively look for the weakest or sickest animal to prey on, so cats do everything they can to pretend that they’re not sick until they simply can’t hide it anymore. By the time the cat reveals to the owner that he is sick, the illness may have progressed too far to successfully treat. Early detection of illness is the key to keeping your cat healthy.

Common Complications:

  • Ear Infections
  • Tapeworms, roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms
  • Fleas
  • Allergies
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Arthritis
  • Kennel Cough (Repertory infection transmitted through dog contact)
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Cancer


  • Thorough Physical Examinations
  • Tailored Wellness Programs
  • Illness Treatments and In-Patient Care
  • Prescriptions, Refills & Diets
  • New Kitten Protocol
  • Vaccinations
  • Internal Parasite Control
  • Blood Typing
  • Blood Pressure Measurement
  • Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) Testing
  • Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Testing
  • Heartworm Testing
  • Flea & Tick Prevention
  • Soft Paws plastic nail caps
  • Ear Mites Treatment


  • Intestinal
  • Urinary Bladder
  • Fractures
  • Ear Ablations
  • Tumors Removal
  • Sex Change Operation For Blocked Male Cats
  • Face and Dental
  • Cesarean Sections

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a cat veterinarian called?

A cat veterinarian in Anaheim is simply called a veterinarian. If they receive further specialization and training, they are called a Feline Specialist. As a specialist, they must be board-certified to work on cats and provide expertise solely.

How do I find a vet for my cat?

Finding a cat veterinarian in Anaheim does not have to be a hard task. We suggest starting with a Google search. Look up places in the area with board-certified veterinarians. Once you find a few places nearby, look into their reviews and customer experiences, this can help you figure out which office is a better fit.

Why should I take my cat to the vet?

You should take your cat to the vet if they require a checkup, sick, need shots, neutering, etc. Our Anaheim cat veterinarian is here to assess your pet’s health and maintain their health. Feel free to make an appointment with us if your cat needs to be seen.

Do cats need annual checkups?

Your cat does need annual checkups. Just like humans get checkups yearly, your pets need their health assessed too. Our Anaheim cat veterinarian will examine your cat, and look for any sign of illness that could be present. Your pet’s health is important to us.

Why a cat veterinarian is needed?

A cat veterinarian in Anaheim is needed because a cat is different than other pets and requires specialized care for their bodies. Although similar in body functionality, you would not want your cat to be seen by a dog specialist. A cat veterinarian focuses only on cats.

How do vets calm cats down?

The best way a cat veterinarian in Anaheim can keep a cat calm is to be calm themselves. Your cat may be scared because they do not travel outside of the house, so being taken to a vet can be scary for them. A cat carrier is an ideal way to bring your cat in calmly; from there, our vets can comfortably take your cat out for examination.