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Holiday Cat Safety Tips

From decorations to toxic foods, the holiday season can be a dangerous time for a cat, but the team at The Cat Practice in New Orleans is determined to make it safe for your feline friend. Consider the following holiday cat safety tips, and have a very merry Christmas and joy-filled new year with your…

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The Cat Practice of New Orleans Host its Annual Endymeow for 2015

NEW ORLEANS, LA — Jan. 22, 2015 — Hail, Krewe of Endymeow! Will your feline be dressing up in their finest Mardi Gras regalia for New Orleans’ annual Endymeow Bal Masque? If so, it’s time to send your pics! Photos of your fabulous feline can be sent to The Cat Practice Veterinary Hospital at endymeow@catpractice.com…

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Caring for pets during emergencies

Nothing says it better than the horror story from Hurricane Floyd: A man was leaving his flooded home when he noticed a neighbor’s dogs swimming in circles around the yard. Wondering why the dogs didn’t simply swim to safety, the man swam over to investigate. To his horror, he found that the dogs had been…

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Endymeow 2014

The Cat Practice celebrates Endymeow 2014 with our latest poster. This poster is a limited edition of 100 copies, signed and numbered. Posters are available for $75.00, plus shipping or $75 at The Cat Practice. Posters will be available after this Friday! Hail Queen Luna Hagenbring and King Bastian Izen!

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Pain Management for Cats

Dr. W. Mark Cousins was recently awarded as a Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner by the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management. This latest accomplishment by Dr. Cousins regarding his expertise in pain management for cats shows a patient commitment that is unparalleled! The Cat Practice understands the role pain management plays in feline medicine. The CVPP…

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Congratulations Dr. Mark Cousins!

Dear Mark Congratulations on attaining your certification and thanks for going through the process. I know from personal experience that it was not an easy thing to do. It is wonderful to see our elite group of people grow and to see it filled with talented professionals like yourself. As dedicated veterinary professionals like yourself…

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Dr. Cousins: Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner by the IVAPM.

Dear Dr. Cousins,  It is my honor and pleasure to inform you that you have successfully completed the requirements for the designation of Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner by the IVAPM. The CVPP designation carries with it honor and responsibility. The honor is the reward for your hard work and commitment to excellence in your profession.…

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June is National Pet Preparedness Month

When preparing for emergencies, keep every member of your family in mind, including your pets. All the information in this article comes from www.ready.gov, your location for all the resources you need for any emergency. If you are like millions of animal owners nationwide, your pet is an important member of your household. The likelihood…

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Trixie

Trixie was brought into us a few weeks ago and was afflicted with bloody urine that did not stop, even after multiple visits to other doctors. We worked her up and she had multiple, fine stones in her bladder and we then took her to surgery and removed the stones. She is doing great now!

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