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Speedway Veterinary Hospital

You can thank (or blame) your cat's wild cousin, the African wildcat, for this behavior.

Why Does My Cat... Eat Mice?

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Why do some cats insist on eating mice when there is perfectly good cat food available to them? The answer is in cats' biology, ancestry, and hard-wiring.

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Cats are loner types who don't need much human interaction, right? Wrong! That's a huge misconception.

Does My Cat Have Separation Anxiety?

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Are you frustrated when you come home to find that your cat has peed on your bed or shredded your furniture? Here are tips on recognizing and managing your cat's separation anxiety.

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If you've planted any of these pretty springtime flowers or plants in your garden, keep your pet far away.

Bulbs, Corms, Tubers and Rhizomes That Are Dangerous for Pets

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Planting a garden this spring? Lilies, daffodils, tuberous begonias and these other 'bulb' plants can be harmful or toxic to dogs and cats. Learn more here.

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3736 E. Speedway Blvd.
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Phone: 520-321-4235

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