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Emergency Care

If your cat requires immediate or emergency care please call or go to your nearest Veterinary Emergency Hospital.
Do not wait for us to return your phone call or email. Doing so may delay vital care for your pet.

Examples of emergency conditions include but are not limited to: 

Difficulty Breathing, Seizures, Inability to Urinate or Defecate

Traumatic Injury, Toxin Ingestion/Exposure, Bleeding

Bulger Veterinary Hospital

141 Winthrop Ave, Lawrence, MA 01843

(978) 682-9905

www.bulger.ethosvet.com

Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital

20 Cabot Road, Woburn, MA 01801

(781) 932-5802

www.massvet.ethosvet.com

Rockingham Emergency Veterinary Hospital

3 Cobbetts Pond Road, Windham, NH 03087

(603) 870-9770

www.revh-nh.com

Tufts Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

55 Willard Street, North Grafton, MA 01536

(508) 839-5395 (option 3)

www.vet.tufts.edu

VCA Capital Area Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital

1 Intervale Road, Concord, NH 03301

(603) 227-1199

www.vcahospitals.com

Veterinary Emergency Center of Manchester

2743 Brown Ave, Manchester, NH 03103

(603) 666-6677

www.vecmnh.com

Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center
11 Cornerstone Square, Westford, MA 01886

(978) 577-6525

www.westfordveterinary.com

Feline Nutrition
Emergencies

Feline Nutrition

Cats are obligate carnivores which means they need a lot of protein in their diet and very little carbohydrates. The links provided here discuss feline nutrition in more detail and also provide information on how to read food labels.

Feeding Your Cat

Cat Food Labels

International Travel

International Travel

If you are traveling internationally with your pet, it is important to obtain a valid international health certificate from your veterinarian. Additionally, depending on the country you are visiting, you may need to obtain additional documentation to ensure your pet is able to travel. For more information refer to the link below.

APHIS Pet Travel

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