We love animals, so of course we have hospital mascots!! Like many veterinary hospitals, our mascots are "special needs".

Raymond the Cat is our newest mascot. We first met him in 2009 at Faithful Friends and then he reintroduced himself in April 2010 at another Faithful Friends event. A quiet, debonair cat, he regularly surveys his kingdom from the front desk and front windows. Ray was a bit..."plump" when he first arrived, and much to his chagrin, has been on a diet since living with us. We're very pleased to report that he's doing a great job! He's lost over SIX POUNDS and is now a much happier, healthier kitty! He is quite the social character and has his own Facebook page and he doesn't just Meow, he also Twitters! He loves it when people become adoring fans!


Ray wave

Thumper, a Calico cat, is quite a character. She was a stray that charmed her way into the hearts of the staff. She has congenital spina bifada which results in an unusual hopping gait, hence her name. Also as a result of spina bifida, she had chronic bowel problems which led to the removal of most of her large bowel. Fully recovered, she keeps us in line with her "cat-itude". She likes to hang out in our "Quiet Room" but her favorite spot i curled up on dryer.





In Loving Memory

We said goodbye to our Miles in the spring of 2014.  He was our quiet observer and favorite chair warmer in our treatment room.  Miles had come into our family about seven years earlier due to urinary issues, which were resolved with low doses of Prozac.  We miss our sweet gentleman!



Patti, our majestic black cat, passed away in 2007. She was adopted by us from another veterinary hospital that closed. She was "Queen of the Hospital", majestically strutting down the hallway. A sweet diabetic, she lived until the age of 19!


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