New Cat/Kitten 101
Have you added a new furry addition to your family and feel clueless? No fret, we are here to help! Below are links to pertinent information for first-time kitty owners or current kitty owners bringing in a new addition.
Our Preventive Medicine Recommendations – Getting down to the basics
Information on Possible Vaccine Reactions
Monthly topical preventative recommendations
Revolt (Monthly preventative topical for flea, tick, lice, ear mites and common parasite protection)
Advantage (Monthly topical preventative for fleas only)
When is it time to visit your vet?
Recognizing when your cat is sick
Cats are notorious for hiding illnesses!
Just because they do not go outside, doesn’t mean they can’t sneak out. A microchip is a great way to help them find their way home!
There are so many companies to choose from and we hope the following link helps narrow it down for you! Coverage and deductibles vary from company to company.
Medical only credit card. Great to have on hand so there is no need to worry in the event of an emergency.
Emergencies are unexpected! Payment plans made for any budget.
Let’s keep your kitty safe from unknown hazards! We hope these links help prevent the unimaginable.
Introducing your new kitty to their new environment
Feliway products to help make a calming environment for an easier transition
Bad hair day? We all know how much cats love baths…..haha!
Furminator (Long haired cats)
Furminator (Short haired cats)
Local Groomer information
One Stop Pet Shop
1375 Chestnut Street
Emmaus, PA 18049
Be Charmed Grooming Salon
(All pet groomer – dogs, cats, small animals and birds)
100 N. Constitution Blvd. – Unit D
1635 Airport Road
Allentown, PA 18109
Petite Paws (Cats and small dogs)
509 N. 22nd Street
Allentown, PA 18104
Mobile Groomer Information
Anne’s Out-n-About Mobile Grooming
No appointments west of Cedar Crest Blvd unless client wants to
meet in a parking lot somewhere
Any Pet Groomed Mobile Pet Grooming Service
610-756-3836 (Hard to handle cats are her specialty)
Going on vacation?
Preparation for travel with your cat
Boarding information if you cannot take your cat with you
We offer boarding services that are charged by the evening. We provide a litter box, blanket and offer both canned and dry food. If, however, you wish to give your cat all the comforts of home, please feel free to supply your cats own food, special toy and/or blanket. Our boarders are out of their kennel at least twice a day to exercise and stretch their legs. We do not allow the cats out at the same time unless they are from the same family. Medications can be administered for an additional charge.
At home pet sitters are available from outside sources not affiliated with us if you prefer not to board them in a kennel
We recommend a previous technician of ours, Jess that now has her own pet sitting company
Or you can perform a Google search
Eastern Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Center
7042 Snowdrift Road
Allentown, PA 18106
Quakertown Veterinary Clinic
Tri-County Emergency Service
2250 N Old Bethlehem Pike
Quakertown, PA 18951
Crown Veterinary Specialists
23 Blossom Hill Road
Lebanon, NJ 08833
Urgent appointments, can be treated at the following limited hour facility: Please note they are not open on holidays.
Rush Urgent Care
7525 Tilghman Street
Allentown, PA 18106