Dr. Flatley's Favorite Feline Web Pages:
Cat Vets Website This is a great website to get information regarding cat health and veterinary information! It is run by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP)!
CATalyst Council Information all about the cat for cat owners on general health care and other media resources. The CATalyst Council's vision & mission are to ensure all cats are valued & cared for as pets. This will be accomplished by raising the level of care & welfare of cats, supported by the highest quality veterinary care, preventative medicine & cat specific products.
Morris Animal Foundation: Happy Healthy Cat Compaign The Feline Health Info Center is available to help you learn more about the diseases that affect cats—and how to spot signs of trouble. Also, more links to helpful organizations for more feline health information.
Worms And Germs: This is a GREAT website if you are looking for information on DISEASES that you can get from your pet.
Help for the Asthmatic Cat This site supplies useful information about symptoms and treatments for Feline Asthma.
Feline Health Videos Step-by-step instructional videos about caring for you cat including "Giving medication", "Trimming nails", "Brushing teeth" and more. Provided by the Cornell Feline Health Center. THIS IS A MUST VISIT!
Environment Enrichment Web Pages:
How To Make Your Own Cat Tree This website that shows step-by-step instructions on how to make your own cat tree from Ron Hazelton.
How To Make A Cat Tripod Tree This site tells you what supplies you need and how to make a three tiered cat tree.
Indoor Cat Initiative Tips on providing a safe and enriched environment for your indoor cat
Adoption Web Pages:
Saving Paws Animal Rescue Saving paws is a local non-profit organization that helps to find homes for special needs, homeless, and abandoned animals.
Orphan Animal Rescue & Sanctuary Orphan Animal Rescue, Inc. is pleased to join the community and help address the overwhelming need of the homeless pets in our area.
Pet Finder This site is an easy way to locate and see pictures of local animals in need of a home.
Oshkosh Area Humane Society This site gives information on adopting as well as behavior articles and other information.
Valley Cats Cat and Kitten Rescue This rescue's website provides information on animals that need homes, how you can help the shelter and much more!
Neenah Animal Shelter This site has lists of adoptable animals that need a loving home and other information about how you can become a volunteer here.
Humane Society of Waupaca County Another shelter website, providing information on adoptions, events, and fundraising.
Eastshore Humane Association This site also has information about adopting,volunteering, donations and even has a pet list to search from.
American Association of Feline Practitioners The AAFP is like the American Medical Association for cat doctors, and has lots of good information regarding feline health. Check out their GUIDELINES on a variety of current feline topics.
American Veterinary Medical Association This site is a good starting point to learn more about a variety of topics, including feline injection-site sarcomas and the latest subjects in veterinary medicine.
Winn Feline Foundation This website is a great place to search for information regarding feline health. The foundation supports health related studies about medical problems affecting cats.
Veterinary Botanical Medicine Association: This website offers information on the safety of herbal medications, as well as a list of veterinarians that practice integrative veterinary medicine
American Heartworm Society Everything you ever wanted to know about heartworm disease can be found here!
Know Heartworms Another useful website containing information on heartworms including myths and misunderstandings people have about heartworms!
Poison Information Web Pages:
National Animal Poison Control Center This is the website of the National Animal Poison Control Center. It includes a library, links to other sites, and phone numbers for the poison control center.
Plants Toxic to Animals A lot of information about toxic plants can be found here. You can search under common name or scientific name of the plant.
Cat Loss Support Web Pages:
Cornell Cat Loss Support Cornell University provides a hotline, support groups, and other resources to help with the loss of your feline companion.
Forrest Run Pet Cremation Service and Memorial Tribute Center provides cremation services as well as obituary tributes, keepsakes, urns, caskets, and other memorial items as well as grief resources.
Pet Loss and Support Resources Chance's Spot Pet Loss and Support Resources provides pet loss support, tributes and an online store for memorializing your pet.
Pet Loss Support Page This web page contains a State-by-State Guide to Support Groups, Counselors & Pet Cemeteries as well as answers to some of the questions you may have.
Quality of Life Assessment This web page offers a numerical assessment to help a pet owner take a step back to assess an ailing pet's quality of life. Feel free to contact the clinic for personalized assistance for assessing your pet's current condition.
Diet Web Pages
Balance It This is a great site to reference the amount of calories that are in the prescription diets your animal eats.
Royal Canin Vet Diets Royal Canin is a veterinary diet page has information on the different types of food made by their company.
Purina Vet Diets This is the Purina veterinary diet web page containing information on each type of Purina food.
Other Helpful Links:
Cats Anonymous, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to better the lives and reduce the number of semi-feral and feral cats in Northeastern Wisconsin. Check out their website for information on how you can contribute.
Karla's Kritters Pet Sitting is devoted to providing consistent and professional care for your pets while you are away from home. Karla is a Certified Veterinary Technician with over 20 years experience.
Creature Comfort Clinic, LLC was founded by a desire to make veterinary care as comfortable and gentle for your faithful pet and family. Dr. Christina provides compassionate in home veterinary care, with a special focus on end of life, hospice, euthanasia and acupuncture.
Fox Valley Animal Referral Center works as part of a team with primary care veterinarians in the community to provide specialty care, specialized diagnostics, and around-the-clock emergency and critical care services. In the case of a medical emergency with your pet during the Fox Valley Cat Clinic's non-business hours please contact the Referral Center at 920-993-9193