Galloway Cat Clinic

3633 Pacific Coast Hwy Torrance, CA 90505

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Anonymous asked: Do you offer ultrasound for cats? Can you give me an estimated cost? Thank you and enjoy your day. BD

We do use ultrasound everyday. However, I am so sorry we cannot release medical plan without exam over internet. - Galloway Cat Clinic

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Anonymous asked: I have 3 cats and they are ruining my carpet and furniture. I need to find a solution for this as I do not want to get rid of them. I am interested in applying soft paws on them and wanted to know if your clinic can do that for me or maybe you can recommend a different solution for my cats. please help me as they are ruining my carpet and I rent. Sylvia 310-386-5593

Hello,
I am so sorry about the carpet. Soft paws are really good option. Plz, try it. You can get them on-line. It is inexpensive and people can apply it at home. However, if you are not sure or if there is any chance you can get hurt, plz, let us do so at the clinic.
-Galloway Cat Clinic

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Anonymous asked: Can anything be done about male Spraying? My Balinese was a rescue who was not neutered until I adopted him when he was about 18 months old, so he already had the habit. Neutering didn't slow him down, neither did hormone pills, Depro-Provera or buspirone. Please let me know what your ideas are. I do have 2 other males who spray occasionally, but Tynee-Sun must be monitored constantly

I am so sorry you are haivng this trouble at home. To tell you the truth, if male cats have sprayed more than 1 year, the chances to stop this habit are close to zero. Since you have 2 other males, it can get worse because of their presence. However, if you are willing to try one more time, plz, keep him in a room away from the other cats and give him his own litter box, his own feeding station, use feliway plug-in in the room, discuss with your vet use of prozac(fluoxetine). You are doing this for at least 6 months. The problem started because he got neutered late and he has strong sense of his territory. If he has own secured spot, like a room he can stay alone or with people only, and reduce his anxiety about his territory with some meds, you will get the best chance to stop him from spraying.
-Galloway Cat Clinic