at 2617 Riverside Blvd, Sacramento, 95818 United States
We are dedicated providers of feline health services. For any questions or concerns, please call the office for more information.
River City Cat Clinic, located in Sacramento, is a full service feline only veterinary clinic. We strive to practice the highest quality of medicine, dentistry, and surgery while developing lasting bonds with our clients and their pets. Our veterinary staff includes: Jon Wolfson, DVM Nicole Moulin, DVM Wendy Salaguinto, DVM
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Did you know? It is believed that #cats respond more readily to names ending in '-ie' or '-y.'
According to the Humane Society, an estimated 50 percent of cats don't respond to catnip—it's an inherited sensitivity.
It's National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day. Have we seen your cat lately?
"Never try to out-stubborn a cat." - Robert A. Heinlein, "Time Enough for Love"
A study in the UK found that, like people, cats are either right-handed or left-handed, though some are ambidextrous. Females are more likely to be right-handed while males are more frequently left-handed. What is your cat?
Polydactyl cats have more than the usual number of toes and are known by many names, from Hemingway cat and mitten cat to big-foot cat and six-toed cat—or even cats with thumbs.
DYK? Your pet may not show outward signs of illness, but hidden ailments have serious consequences if left untreated. Schedule a visit for your pet’s physical.
"Cats can work out mathematically the exact place to sit that will cause the most inconvenience." - Pam Brown
The recent outbreak of Measles shows us just how important vaccinations can be. News flash: Vaccines are just as important in pets! Ask us why—we dare you.
A study in the UK found that, like people, cats are either right-handed or left-handed, though some are ambidextrous. Females are more likely to be right-handed while males are more frequently left-handed.
The scientific term for a hairball is trichobezoar. The root, 'trich,' is Greek for 'hair.' A 'bezoar' is any mass found in the stomach or intestines. It comes from the Persian word for 'antidote.'