Jack came to live with us as our permanent clinic cat in June 2017. He had been hospitalized with us for a couple of days for a urinary obstruction caused by urinary calculi (crystals and stones). After returning home with his family, he re-obstructed nearly immediately. We eagerly took Jack in and he’s been living with us ever since! While you may see or hear him wandering around in our pharmacy and treatment area, he’s no longer allowed up front since he likes to go shopping. He’s opened and eaten several bags of food so we had to revoke his privileges!
Clarence came to us in June of 2019 after his owner couldn’t care for him anymore. He lives in the administration office and is great for entertaining kids while their parents are busy talking to our veterinarians about their pets. He occasionally gets to explore the office and greatly enjoys his tubby time (baths).