Category: Cat Care


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Helping Feral Cats


Feral Cat Day is October 16th! This is definitely a cause that could use some attention. By some estimates, there are as many as 70 million feral cats in the US. It’s impossible for any one person to help them all, but there are still things you can do to help. A Wichita, KS vet … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Bringing An Outdoor Cat In

Bringing An Outdoor Cat In

Have you had a cute kitty hanging around your home lately? Many of our feline patients simply showed up at their new-masters’ houses one day, and are now pampered pets. Of course, it will take Fluffy some time to adjust to living indoors. Read on for some tips from a Derby vet on helping your … Read More »

Posted In cat boarding, Cat Care

Hug Your Cat Day


There’s a pretty cute kitty holiday coming up. Hug Your Cat Day is June 4th! While we think our feline pals certainly deserve to get hugged every day, it’s always good to show them a bit of extra attention. Here, a Derby veterinarian offers some purrfect ways to pamper Fluffy on her special day. Toys … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, General Care

Cinco de Meow


As you may know Cinco De Mayo is May 5th. However, this Mexican holiday has gone to the cats: it’s now also Cinco de Meow Day! In this article, a local Wichita, KS vet offers some tips on turning your feline friend into a little ‘purrito’ for this special day. Bags Are you planning on … Read More »

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Kids and Pets Day


Kids and Pets Day is April 26. There are few things cuter than seeing kids snuggled up with their animal buddies. That special bond we feel with our animal companions is extremely precious, and can have a huge effect on our hearts and lives. It also begins in childhood. Read on as a Derby vet … Read More »

Posted In Cat Care, Dog Care, General

Senior Cat Care


Is your cat aged nine or older? If so, Fluffy is officially a kitty retiree … even if she still thinks of herself as a kitten. Your pet won’t go through drastic changes right away, but she will benefit from some extra TLC in her golden years. A Derby vet offers some advice on caring … Read More »

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