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Cats


Cat Vaccinations - Everything You Should Know

Dr. Sebzda doing a physical examination on a Bengal Kitten

The importance of vaccinations to the overall health and longevity of your cat cannot be understated. Cat vaccines are medically and scientifically proven to combat the incubation and transmission of crippling and fatal feline diseases. Our veterinary staff is dedicated to educating people about the importance of cat vaccinations, including what cat vaccines are necessary, and when they should be scheduled.

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Cat Emergency? We Are Here For You

If your cat has suffered a sudden trauma or is experiencing any life threatening symptoms, please call us immediately at: (949) 631-1030

In an emergency, time is of the essence, please bring your cat to our hospital as soon as possible. The address is:

125 Mesa Drive

Costa Mesa, CA 92627

What To Do If Your Cat May Be Having A Veterinary Emergency

In case of a cat emergency, waiting for an appointment is not an option. In a time of crisis, Newport Harbor Animal Hospital is open 7 days a week. 

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What To Know When Your Cat Needs Anesthesia

Cassie a Veterinary Technician holding a black catThere may be a time when your cat will require a procedure or surgery for his continued health. At the time of surgery your cat will require anesthesia which will be carefully administered and monitored by our veterinary staff.

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Cat Medications

Kitten looking out from cat carrier

If you’re like a lot of cat owners, you know your cat’s daily routine. If you notice your cat is not following his usual activities, or if you see a change in behavior patterns, those could be subtle but important clues that your cat is sick. As a pet parent, it’s time for you to step in and get the vet on speed dial.

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The Importance Of Cat Wellness Exams

Very tiny calico kitten held in two hands

It is very important to have a veterinarian examine your cat at least once a year. Cats age significantly faster than humans and therefore it is imperative for cat owners to stay on top of wellness exams in order to catch any potential health problems before they begin. Most cat illnesses are much easier and less expensive to treat and cure when caught in the early stages before they progress or develop complications. Therefore, regular cat wellness exams are the cornerstone of preventive veterinary medicine.

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Cat Dermatology

Abby holding a small brown tabby kitten

Most cats will scratch on occasion but if you notice that the occasional scratch and regular grooming turns into a cat who appears uncomfortable, cat skin problems may be present and you should schedule an appointment with one of the veterinarians here at Newport Harbor Animal Hospital.

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