Blog: Cat


As our companion animals live longer, we see more animals develop chronic diseases such as cancer. Many of our pets can have some reasonable success in cancer treatment or palliative therapy. In some cases, your veterinarian may refer your pet to an Oncologist (cancer specialist) for consultation to set up...

A gray and white kitten receives a vaccination

Kitten Vaccinations

At Oakbank Animal Hospital, we believe the best (and in many cases the most important) medicine is prevention. Due to underdeveloped immune systems, kittens are at the greatest risk of contracting a serious and sometimes deadly disease such as Panleukopenia and Calicivirus. We recommend starting their vaccines at 8 weeks...

Ginger cat receiving a vaccination

Cat Vaccinations

At Oakbank Animal Hospital, we offer the most current advice on preventative health care, including the right vaccinations for your cat. Our veterinarians will work with you to put together the right vaccine program that is not only essential for your cat’s overall health but also appropriate for your cat’s...

Cat blood samples

Blood Tests for Cats

At Oakbank Animal Hospital, we offer a wide range of on-site blood tests and other laboratory services such as urinalysis, fecal exams, ear/skin cytology and fine needle aspirates. Most of these tests yield same-day results.