Cat Friendly

Red Carpet Cat Entrance

As any cat owner would tell you, cats are very unique animals. It’s commonly said that cats don’t have owners, they have wait staff. With such an interesting and entertaining animal, tending to their needs is a high priority for the staff at Loyal Companions, just like how it is with cat owners. We want to roll out the red carpet for our feline friends to be sure that their experience at our veterinary hospital is like no other veterinary hospital they’ve ever been to. With a separate entrance and no waiting area, your cat will never see, hear, or smell a dog. Our exam rooms are designed to encourage enrichment, as well as giving this very special creature plenty of space and options for how they would prefer their veterinary visit to go. From bird feeders outside of the exam room windows, to wall shelves, separate treatment spaces, and separate ward spaces, your cat will feel like they are being pampered and treated like the regal animal they are.

What is the American Association for Feline Practitioners?

Established in 1971, the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is an organization that supports feline health and welfare. The AAFP has created a set of high standards for veterinary hospitals to follow, along with teaching staff how to treat our feline patients safely through evidence-based medicine. Their vision is to be the trusted leaders in feline health and welfare for the veterinary community and cat caregivers. The AAFP works hard to improve the standards of feline health, along with progressive research and valuable tools for veterinary professionals and cat caregivers. The AAFP has established the Cat Friendly Practice program in order to support veterinarians who advocate for understanding cats’ distinct needs, behavior, and health.

What is the American Association for Feline Practitioners?

Established in 1971, the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is an organization that supports feline health and welfare. The AAFP has created a set of high standards for veterinary hospitals to follow, along with teaching staff how to treat our feline patients safely through evidence-based medicine. Their vision is to be the trusted leaders in feline health and welfare for the veterinary community and cat caregivers. The AAFP works hard to improve the standards of feline health, along with progressive research and valuable tools for veterinary professionals and cat caregivers. The AAFP has established the Cat Friendly Practice program in order to support veterinarians who advocate for understanding cats’ distinct needs, behavior, and health.

What does it mean to be a Cat Friendly Practice?

Being a Cat Friendly Practices means that we are dedicated to be constantly improving, supporting, and expanding our knowledge about feline patients in order to properly care for them. Becoming a Cat Friendly Practice required our staff and our practice as a whole to understand cat’s behavior and to increase the quality of feline standards of care. We strive to have your cat have a positive experience at the veterinary hospital.

Cat Friendly