Please use these links for valuable information on cat care


Ohio State University-Indoor Cat Resources


Getting Your Cat to the Veterinarian


How Do I Know if My Cat is in Pain?


 Your Cat’s Environmental Needs


Alternatives to Declawing


Feline House-Soiling


Vaccinations for Your Cat


Friends for Life: Caring for your Older Cat


Degenerative Joint Disease in Cats


Feline Hyperthyroidism


Nursing Care for your Cat


Why You and Your Cat Deserve a Cat Friendly Practice



Toxoplasmosis is a zoonotic disease that can be passed from cats to humans.  Most often, human infection with the organism Toxoplasma gondii results in no discernible signs of illness or mild, flu-like symptoms.  The risk of infection is greater for pregnant women and those people with weakened immune systems.  Toxoplasmosis can cross the placenta and cause infection for growing babies; the degree of illness for the child depends on when during pregnancy the illness is contracted.  In those individuals with weakened immune systems, signs of Toxoplasmosis may be more severe.  Please follow the link above for more information about Toxoplasmosis and how you can avoid infection.