CAT EMERGENCY IN SAN LUIS OBISPO?  Here’s What You Need To Know!!

At Mission Animal Hospital, we are OPEN SEVEN (7) DAYS A WEEK TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR CAT.  We solve urinary problems, abscesses, ear infections, and dental emergencies every day of the week– including Sunday.

At Mission Animal Hospital, WE ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT TAKING GREAT CARE OF YOUR CAT.  That’s why we have a special cat examination room and a hospital ward… just for cats.   Have blankets or a special bed?  Bring them on down!!

THE MOST COMMON CAT EMERGENCIES IN SAN LUIS OBISPO INCLUDE….

ABSCESSES!!  Cats are both territorial and stubborn– you probably didn’t know that!!– and so when they take a stroll outside they sometimes make enemies.  When cats suffer a puncture wound, especially along their back or sides, the resultant infection builds up under their skin.  This creates a growing and painful bump, which eventually becomes too big for the skin to contain– so it ruptures, spilling smelly pus all over and scaring cat parents everywhere.  The good news is that Mission Animal Hospital is open every day, including Sundays, to solve your cat’s abscess.  We’ll flush the abscess out, suture the skin, and start your kitty on antibiotics and pain relief.  Good as new, except for a bad haircut!!

DENTAL PAIN!! Cats do wonders at hiding their pain, but they get broken teeth, jaw infections, and cavities just like everyone else.  We at Mission Animal Hospital solve dental pain every day of the week, using the safest in anesthesia to take x-rays of your cat’s mouth.  Then we’ll work with you to solve your cat’s toothache… so they can get back to being the boss of the house.

URINARY BLOCKAGE!!  Every one of us can sympathize with having a full bladder.  But male cats take it to an extreme.  The minerals in their diet can form crystals and glom together with pus and blood in their bladder to form microscopic grit that is almost as hard as concrete.  If this grit clogs the urethra, it can prevent your male cat from peeing– both painful and potentially FATAL.  So if you see your male cat in San Luis Obispo straining to urinate, passing only small quantities of bloody urine, or licking himself continually– THIS IS A MEDICAL EMERGENCY.  Bring your male cat to MIssion Animal Hospital ANY DAY OF THE WEEK, and we will solve his urinary blockage.  Generally, we’ll have to hospitalize a boy so that he can get IV fluids on one end and get rid of them on the other.

The bottom line?  If you have a cat emergency in San Luis Obispo, Mission Animal Hospital can solve it for you.  Seven Days A Week.  If we can help you, please call us at (805) 781-8888

 

 

 

 

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