April 8, 2021
We in the Pacific Northwest are a savvy community when it comes to Cannabis. However, there can still be confusion about what is available and safe to use in a cat. It...
February 11, 2021
To the people who have entrusted me with the care of our cats over the last six years: I am so deeply honored to have known you and your kitties. I cherish your wonderful stories and memories, from antics to creative names (and clothing, you Sphynxes!) to soul connections.
February 8, 2021
Susu is a little black cat I adopted as a kitten from a feral mom. I lovingly call him my “dirt baby” in homage to his humble, country roots. Because he consumes...
June 9, 2020
In accordance with Governor Inslee's Proclamation allowing expansion of medical services, we are now able to schedule routine wellness visits, elective medical and surgical services and boarding for our feline patients.
March 19, 2020
We are shifting our business policy to further protect our clients and staff during the current COVID-19 climate.
March 4, 2020
Dear Clients, As you are aware, the coronavirus has continued to dominate the news inthe United States as well as the remainder of the world. Based upon the continuing concerns, we wanted to...
November 15, 2019
Top cat-approved gifts for your feline friends. Goli Churro Purro This rough, colorful and extra long kicker is a real hit with kitties! It is light enough to drag around and has lots of...
October 4, 2019
For cats Halloween can be a dangerous and stressful day. The decorations, commotions and candy all add to the stress and dangers for our feline friends. With some planning and preparation you can make the day safe and less stressful for your cat.
August 30, 2019
Professional Care Each of our boarding staff member is highly experienced and trained in providing the best level of care to the cats staying in our townhouses. When your cat stays with us,...
July 3, 2019
The FDA warning about grain-free diets and possible link to heart disease in dogs does not extend to cats. At this time, the association between grain-free diets and canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is unknown, and veterinary nutritionists are working diligently to identify the link.