Conditions Treated

At Cat Care Hospital Inc. of Marietta, we treat cats like family. That's because cats are our specialty. From that frisky kitty to that loving lap cat, we are here to help your cat live a long, healthy life with care designed specifically for him. Cat Care Hospital is here when emergencies and accidents arise, and for those routine checkups to help keep your feline friend energetic. Cats, in particular, are prone to certain health risks.

Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Some cats seem to be prone to UTIs, or Urinary Tract Infections. They appear to be more frequent in multi-cat families. UTIs can also be caused by litter boxes and particularly poor diets. Our veterinarian at Cat Care Hospital in Marietta can recommend a nutritious diet for your cat to help him and prevent future UTIs.

Symptoms of a urinary tract infection can include difficulty urinating or urinating in small amounts. The animal may cry out when urinating, or small amounts of blood may be visible in the urine. While some minor UTIs may clear on their own in a week or two, a visit to the vet is recommended, especially for kittens and elderly cats.

Allergies in Cats

Like humans, cats can suffer from allergies caused by a variety of issues. Cat allergies can come from mold to carpet deodorizers. They can be caused by roaches or even the foods that are eaten. Tracking down the source of pet allergies can be challenging, but it often stems from the animal’s diet. Our Marietta GA vet can help.

Fleas and Ticks in Cats

Fleas and ticks are a common problem with cats. Not only can they be annoying for you and your pet, but they can also lead to other more significant health issues. Fleas, while wingless, can jump and multiply rapidly. This can be a problem that causes redness, excessive scratching, hair loss, and more.

Our veterinarian can recommend a topical treatment for cats that can be safe and effective. Ticks also feed on blood and are arachnids that attach themselves to the skin. Ticks can transmit diseases like Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, and others. The best way to monitor ticks is through regular vet visits, especially if your cat spends time outdoors.

Cat Parasites

Cats can suffer from a number of parasites, including roundworms, hookworms, tapeworms, and others. This usually quickly impacts a cat's hunger and willingness to eat. Roundworms are frequently found in kittens. Any change in eating habits should be followed by a visit to our vet.

Get Quality Cat Care in Marietta, GA

If you own a cat and live in the Marietta area, we invite you to join our family at Cat Care Hospital. We specialize in felines just like yours. Give us a call today at (770) 424-6369 to schedule an appointment at Cat Care Hospital Inc. in Marietta, GA.


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