May 17, 2017


Veterinary Care for Cats

Basic Care Needs Include:

  • Wellness Exam
  • Review and advice on food and nutrition
  • Vaccinations
  • Examination and Treatment for Parasites
  • Dental Exams and Cleanings
  • Insights for Proper Training
  • Spay/Neuter


Cats have different needs at different ages.

Kittens (0-6 Months)
Adult Cats (6 Months - 7 Years)
Mature Cats (Over 7 Years)

The contented purring and playful nature of cats have made them
a favorite pet for hundreds, even thousands of years.

 But veterinary visits can be stressful for them and you.

picture of a cat in a boarding kennel

When you bring your cat to Alpine, you know you’ll receive the very highest standards of veterinary care in a feline friendly environment.

Call the professionals at Alpine Animal Hospital for advice and tips to reduce anxiety associated with your cat’s visit.


Alpine Veterinarians can perform a virtually painless Laser Declaw procedure if you prefer your cat not to have claws.  Call us at 208 237-1111 for more information.

Declawing cats can raise issues for their safety especially if they spend significant time outdoors.   Be sure to consider declawing carefully and consult with your veterinarian.

Call 237-1111 or
email us at
and we’ll be happy to answer any questions.