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Cat Clinic of Seattle is unable to accept new clients at this time. We will make an announcement when we are able to accept new clients again. 

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Why Does My Cat's Breath Smell Bad?

Why Does My Cat's Breath Smell Bad?

As most cat parents know, our feline friends enjoy getting up close and personal. This is especially true first thing in the morning, and there's nothing quite like waking up to stinky cat breath. Most of the time this condition can be linked to dental concerns but that is not always the case. Our Seattle vets talk about some of the reasons your cat may have bad breath and what you can do to help treat this smelly condition.

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Fungal Infection in Cats

Fungal Infection in Cats

If your cat contracts a fungal infection it will not only make them ill but can also be transmitted to you and other pets and family members. Our Seattle vets share some information about fungal infections in cats and what the signs and treatment options are.

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How To Increase Red Blood Cells In Cats

How To Increase Red Blood Cells In Cats

If your cat is experiencing a low red blood cell count then they might be at risk of developing anemia. In this post, our Seattle vets discuss what happens if your cat experiences anemia and what you can do to increase the red blood cell count in cats.

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Veterinary Dentistry: Keeping Your Cat's Teeth Clean

Veterinary Dentistry: Keeping Your Cat's Teeth Clean

Cats can experience dental health concerns that affect all areas of their life and health. The best way to ensure proper oral care is by providing regular cleaning and dental care. Our Seattle vets discuss veterinary dentistry and the benefits of keeping your cat's teeth clean.

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Anemia in Cats: Signs & Causes

Anemia in Cats: Signs & Causes

When our feline friends begin to show concerning symptoms it can be worrisome, especially when the signs are so alarming such as with anemia. But the key is to have your cat thoroughly evaluated in order to ensure that they receive the best care possible. Our Seattle veterinarians discuss the various types of anemia in cats and the impact that each has on their lives, as well as the signs, causes and how they can be treated. 

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Hyperthyroidism in cats

Hyperthyroidism in cats

Occasionally older adult or senior cats may experience a condition known as Hyperthyroidism. In this post, our Seattle vets talk about the symptoms of hyperthyroidism in cats, how it is diagnosed and what the treatment options are.

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My cat is not eating - Should I be worried?

My cat is not eating - Should I be worried?

There are many reasons why your cat may be unwilling to eat. While not all of these reasons are concerning, rarely you may need to seek veterinary attention. Today, our Seattle vets share some of the most common reasons why your cat may not be eating and when it should be considered an emergency.

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Common Cat Illnesses

Common Cat Illnesses

Cats, just like all other animals and humans can experience various illnesses. However, if these cat illnesses are left untreated they could cause serious complications. Our Seattle vets discuss some of the common illnesses seen in cats, what the symptoms are and how each illness is treated. 

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The Most Popular Breeds For Cat Lovers

The Most Popular Breeds For Cat Lovers

Choosing the right cat for your home can be a difficult decision as all cats are incredibly cute. Here, the team at our vet clinic in Seattle lists some popular breeds of cats and information about each of them in order to ensure that you pick the best breed of cat for you.

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What is an AAHA Accredited Animal Hospital?

What is an AAHA Accredited Animal Hospital?

Cat Clinic of Seattle is proud to meet the rigorous veterinary service and care requirements necessary to be accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).

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Cat Clinic of Seattle is unable to accept new clients at this time. We are hoping that will change within the next few months. We will make an announcement when we are able to accept new clients again.

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