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Feral kittens should be checked out by a veterinarian and tested for diseases contagious to other cats before you bring them home. Keep them isolated from your pet cats, wash your hands, and wear a smock (or change clothes between handling visits) to protect against the spread of disease from the kittens to pets or from pets to kitten.
If a trap was used to capture the kitten, transfer the kitten to a cage or a pet carrier large enough for a small litter box and bedding. Place it in a small room away from family pets and children. Be careful not to allow the kitten to escape during the transfer process.
Kittens are always a highly sought after pet and we do get them in as often as we can. They don’t stay long, so if you are looking for one and you fall in love please act promptly. Our kittens share the benefits of a state of the art (temperature controlled, grate free, individually ventilated containment units) puppy room. Puppies and kittens are treated much like a hospital’s nursery. Everything that comes in contact with the pets must be sanitized, from toys to customer and employee’s hands. The kittens and puppies in our care truly are “our babies” and it shows in everything we do!All Pets Veterinary Medical Center of College Station Texas is an American Association of Feline Practitioners member, an AAFP Feline Friendly Practice and an AAHA Accredited Practice. All feline patients are promptly taken to their comfortable exam room upon arrival, and each step of the way is designed to limit stress on your pet. All cat exam rooms are cat or exotic only. All visiting cats are comforted during their stay with varying protocols (using Feliway pheromone diffusers, using fear-free veterinary tactics) and handled gently and with care.
Cats and kittens have specific healthcare and environmental requirements to live happy healthy lives. Dr. Rupley and our team is committed to the whole well-being of your cat including at-home lifestyle, past medical history, and current health. We recommend thorough annual preventative exams, vaccinations, and routine blood testing as part of your cat's comprehensive wellness plan. The caring and attentive team at All Pets strives to inform you as a pet owner to make the best and most informed decisions so that you and your cat enjoy the best quality of life together.Please note: PALS is NOT a shelter or rescue. We help with homeless pets, pets with homeless people, low income families, and pets with senior families in Hays County. We help feral cat colonies with food and spay/neuter. Adoptable cats and kittens of those colonies are put in foster homes and found forever, indoor homes.Feline intestinal parasites are one of the most common problems our veterinarians see in kittens. Although pets of any age can carry them, they are a health issue primarily in young cats, cats living in sub-standard or crowded conditions and cats with other health concerns. Many of the parasites that cats tend to pick up can be transmitted to other pets and humans in the household.
A fecal Test is recommended annually in all healthy cats to screen for intestinal parasites.
Feline intestinal parasite prevention will depend on which products you choose to treat your cat with to fight fleas and ticks, as well as prevent heartworms.