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1 week ago

SimplyCats Vets

In honour of the royal wedding - we are having a ‘markle’s sparkles day’ here is precious the Sphynx sporting a lovely pink sparkly bandage ... See MoreSee Less

In honour of the royal wedding - we are having a ‘markle’s sparkles day’ here is precious the Sphynx sporting a lovely pink sparkly bandage

1 week ago

SimplyCats Vets

In honour of the Royal Wedding happening today- lets have a bit of fun!

Post pictures of your cats below with their Royal Name! 😸
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In honour of the Royal Wedding happening today- lets have a bit of fun!

Post pictures of your cats below with their Royal Name! 😸

 

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She would have been Marchioness Catty Miaowington 🐱

Empress Paws De Chat Noir aka Purdey

Baron Tiddles Purrville. He sounds like a villain from a movie 🤣🤣

Duchess Tiddles Purrville

Meet Viscountess Whiskers St John Noseley and Viscountess Sweetie St John Noseley 😂❤️

Duchess caterwauld pawpignon aka our bella 😜

Viscount George and Viscountess Ginny Cheeky Catchington. I think they are well suited 😹😹

I’d like to introduce you to Duke Nibbles Purrvile...

Countess Blinky Bojangles

Queen Paws McCatface!

Countess Tiddles Bojangles

Empress snuffles Catogen Smythe

Lady Whiskers de Catterick

Baron Caterwaul De Mimsy Pawpington

Lady Purry Whiskerton

Prince Bubbles Fluffington Prince Purry Fluffington Lady Purry Fluffington Earl Whiskers Fluffington 😂😂

Lord Meowly Whiskerton

Viscount caterwaul von vomberg

Duchess Pickle Fluffington

Viscount riddles Von vomberg

Prince Nazeem 😺😺

Baron cheeky pawpignon

Viscount Purry von vomberg

Baron bubbles pawpignon

Lord Nibbles Whiskerton

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1 week ago

SimplyCats Vets

Just had to share..how many of us can relate to this ??? 🤣🤣🤣 ... See MoreSee Less

Just had to share..how many of us can relate to this ??? 🤣🤣🤣

 

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Keeping a watchful eye and ankle rubs while using the bathroom😍🐾

Why do they have to sit on you knee too? If it’s not the kids following me into the bathroom it’s now the blooming kitten 🙄

Especially in the dark, they wouldn’t want us tripping over objects (such as cats!)

Sammy Kelly vinnie this lol xx

I nearly always get escorted to the bathroom so Gracie can have a sniff of her litter tray!

Yes....always.

always hahaha x

Jan Riddell. Happened to me the other night 😊😊😊

Michael Lambton this is what Theo does to me!

Sean Randell 😂

Vikki Scott 😂

April Taylor xxx

Meg Fuller

Joanne Leng

Craig Turner

John Wainwright

Victoria Mould

Helen Younger

Louise Davidson

Karen

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2 weeks ago

SimplyCats Vets

*RVN’s as... Anaesthetists!*

When your cat receives a general anaesthetic with us, they are continually monitored by one of our qualified veterinary nurses. They perform a number of manual checks as well as using equipment, to provide us with a full picture of the anaesthetic, and work alongside the veterinary surgeon to ensure your cat is suitably anaesthetised and not in any pain!

#whatvnsdo #veterinarynursingawarenessmonth
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*RVN’s as... Anaesthetists!*

When your cat receives a general anaesthetic with us, they are continually monitored by one of our qualified veterinary nurses. They perform a number of manual checks as well as using equipment, to provide us with a full picture of the anaesthetic, and work alongside the veterinary surgeon to ensure your cat is suitably anaesthetised and not in any pain!

#whatvnsdo #veterinarynursingawarenessmonth

2 weeks ago

SimplyCats Vets

*Asthma awareness month*

Did you know cats can get asthma!
Asthma in cats can be described as 'allergic airway disease', in which exposure to a trigger for which the cat has an allergy, causes inflammation and narrowing of the airways, making breathing difficult.

Symptoms include
•Persistent coughing (often bouts of coughing)
•Laboured and/or fast breathing
•Noisy breathing and wheezing
•Difficulty in breathing

We are able to diagnose feline asthma at the practice, with a couple of tests, and then this is easily managed with medication at home!
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*Asthma awareness month*

Did you know cats can get asthma!
Asthma in cats can be described as allergic airway disease, in which exposure to a trigger for which the cat has an allergy, causes inflammation and narrowing of the airways, making breathing difficult.

Symptoms include
•Persistent coughing (often bouts of coughing)
•Laboured and/or fast breathing
•Noisy breathing and wheezing
•Difficulty in breathing

We are able to diagnose feline asthma at the practice, with a couple of tests, and then this is easily managed with medication at home!

 

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This got my crying thinking of haribo still miss him. X

Michele Swift Jessie makes strange breathing noises

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