You may notice your cat is having difficulty breathing, panting with their mouth open, pale or blue gums, an enlarged or firm abdomen, inability to stand, fainting, seizures, or a number of other scary symptoms. Any of these may indicate the need for emergency veterinary care. Paying close attention to changes in your cat’s habits and behaviors is the best way to protect your cat when an emergency situation arises.
At Sentinel Veterinary Medical Center, we have years of experience in diagnosing and treating felines for everything from bladder infections to kidney stones to cancer. We know what to look for and are highly trained in determining the conditions which make cats ill. When you bring your feline friend to us, we will do our best to get them back to couch-clawing, meowing shape as quickly as we can.