The word stroke comes from “strike,” and heatstroke means “to be struck down by heat.” Heatstroke is a life-threatening condition suffered when a pet is unable to lower its body temperature. Cells in the body become damaged when the core body temperature is between 106°F and 109°F.
Hepatic lipidosis, also known as fatty liver disease, is the most common liver disease of cats in North America. As the name implies, fatty liver disease is a condition in which fat accumulates inside liver cells, causing liver dysfunction.
These two sweet girls have been hanging out at our vet clinic for about a half of a year now. Josie is our greeter (unless it's naptime!) She loves the dogs best - the bigger, the better. Judy likes to hang out in back with Dr. Wickman, helping him type and writing up charts.
JOSIE AND JUDY HAVE BEEN ADOPTED! THEY WENT TO A HOME TOGETHER!
Katarina is our best sleeper. She always finds the best spots and the best positions to take a nice long catnap. She would love to curl up on your lap or in your arms for her next nap. She is absolutely adorable.
KATARINA HAS BEEN ADOPTED BY HER SOUL MOMMY!
Kyrstin is the keeper of the front desk. She is an excellent assistance to the receptionist. She knows how to knock pencils, paper and anything else on to the ground. Be careful with your purse; she might just jump right in and she might choose to reach in and pull something out. We like her a lot. She has a bit of mischief in her little body. Stop in and meet her - we think you'll fall in love.
KYRSTIN WENT TO A LOVING HOME!
Lily and Buster
This is the mommy, Lily, and her baby boy, Buster. Lily has been a great mom. Her other two babies have been adopted, but she and her little cutie, Buster, are still waiting for their forever homes. They are both very playful and would get along with most other cats.