Make your cat’s nine lives even more rewarding

If you’re a cat lover, there’s nothing better than arriving home after a busy day to have your cat greet you at the door with purrs.

You can help your feline companion to live a long and healthy life by taking them to a vet where your cat can experience some of the best care available.

Just Cats Clinic is the only feline exclusive veterinary practice directly serving the Reston community. What makes a cat only practice different from the rest?

The moment you walk in the door you can see that the whole practice is designed to make your cat comfortable by catering to their unique needs. Absent are the smells and loud sounds of dogs. A synthetic calming pheromone is used throughout the practice, and exam rooms feature hiding spaces and bird feeder views to help soothe stressed cats.

The staff and doctors are specially trained in cat friendly handling techniques approved by the American Association of Feline Practitioners, and they are continually updating their knowledge with the latest research in feline medicine and behavior.

The state-of-the-art facility offers preventive care, surgery, dental cleaning, boarding, and alternative therapies like acupuncture and laser treatments. For cats experiencing acute illness outside of normal business hours, Just Cats Clinic offers urgent care appointments in the evenings during the week and in the afternoon on weekends.

If you are ready to see what cat only care has to offer, request an appointment today!

The preceding sponsored post was also published on FFXnow.com

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