Purrfect Care Feline Medical Center is a full-service hospital dedicated to the finest in feline medical care. Below is just a partial list of the services we offer. We encourage you to call with any questions or to schedule a tour – we’d love to show you around our facility!
List of Feline Medical Services
From kittenhood through old age, we know how to help you care for your cat. Dr. Cohn and our trained staff will advise you on preventive care to help your cat live a long and happy life. Advice on nutrition, vaccinations, dental care, grooming, and prevention of behavior problems is part of our wellness care for every patient. As always, your cat’s care will be individualized and tailored to your family’s needs.
We know how scary it can be to have a sick cat. With timely appointments and the convenience of drop off services, your cat will be cared for as quickly as possible. Dr. Cohn will take the time needed to discuss your concerns, perform a thorough physical exam, and offer her recommendations for diagnostics and treatment based on her many years of experience. Together we will come up with a plan that works best for everyone involved.
Behavior issues in cats are surprisingly common. If you are experiencing litter box issues, inter-cat aggression, or aggressive behavior towards people please call for an appointment. We want to help!
The fact is that most cats develop dental disease by the time they are 2 or 3 years old. Dental disease is not just cosmetic – plaque and tartar harbor bacteria that can affect not only the mouth, but also your cat’s internal organs. Dental care is an important part of your cat’s health and longevity. We have years of experience in dentistry, from routine cleanings to full-mouth extractions. Using our brand new digital dental X-ray system, we can evaluate your cat’s mouth quickly and thoroughly to identify and treat any problem areas.
Dr. Cohn has experience with a multitude of soft tissue surgeries including spay/neuter, laser declaw, lump removal, abdominal exploratory, foreign body removal, cystotomy (bladder stone removal), and limb amputation. If, after discussing scratching behavior and alternatives with Dr. Cohn, you decide to pursue declaw surgery for your cat, you can rest assured knowing that the procedure will be done with a surgical laser. Laser is the only surgical technique that minimizes bleeding, thus eliminating the need for painful, constrictive bandages after surgery. For orthopedic or more complex soft tissue surgeries, Dr. Cohn may refer you and your cat to one of the board-certified veterinary surgeons with whom she has developed a trusting relationship.
With our brand new digital system we can show you your cat’s X-rays within minutes! This helps to speed diagnosis and treatment so your cat can get the best care. Ultrasound is a powerful diagnostic tool because it allows us to visualize important details of your cat’s internal organs in a non-invasive way. Dr. Cohn has experience in both abdominal ultrasound and echocardiograms (ultrasounds of the heart).
If your cat is one of the many who gets extremely nervous in the car or in the hospital, consider scheduling a house call. See our house call page for more information.
For those cats who need medication or close supervision while their people are away, we offer medical boarding services in spacious, comfy cat condos in a room with window views and plenty of entertainment for your cat. Please call for more information or a tour of our boarding area!
It is heartbreaking to be facing the loss of a cherished pet. We are here to help guide you with making that difficult decision and support you through a very emotional time. We also offer in-home euthanasia for those who feel their cat would feel much more comfortable in their home environment.