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Dear Valued Clients and Patients,
Due to concerns about COVID19, Cat Care Veterinary Clinic is taking precautionary measures to keep our staff, clients and patients safe while continuing to provide essential patient care. We are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause you.
Starting in March, we will be allowing clients into the clinic again, but we do require a mask and ask that there are no more than 2 people in the room. When you arrive, we will ask that you call us from your car and we will let you know when you can come inside.
We are still offering curbside service for those that prefer it. In that case, you will pull up to the curb out front and call us. We will discuss what we will be doing and get verbal approval for the initial procedure(s). We will call you with findings, updates, questions as needed. When we are finished we will obtain payment over the phone and your cat will be returned to your car.
You must have your cat in a very secure carrier otherwise we will not be able to transport any cats back and forth between your car and our clinic.
IN order to limit the number of people in and out of the clinic, we are still doing curbside for medications and food pick up, as well as surgery drop off and pick up. Please call us from your car and we will get payment over the phone and bring what you need to your car.
Please let us know before coming if you have any respiratory symptoms, have been exposed to anyone that has been diagnosed with COVID19 or have traveled to a high risk area. If this is the case we ask that you have a family member or a friend that does not live with you bring your cat to the appointment and that you be available by phone. If you cannot do that let us know and we will try to arrange a safe way to still see your cat.
We have been taking extra measures to disinfect in order to keep our facility as safe as possible for our clients, patients and staff. We sanitize at regular intervals daily. Our staff is being diligent about handwashing, not touching their face and using hand sanitizer. If any of our staff is sick with any respiratory illness they are not allowed to come to work.
We will continue to monitor this quickly evolving situation and keep you informed as things might change. Please be patient with us as we work out all the kinks with our new protocols.
Virtual hugs to everyone!
Please stay healthy and safe,
Dr. Tice and the Staff at Cat Care
Updated March 2022