Toys - so many choices! And cats like choices too.  If your cat seems bored with the toys that are out for her to play with, put some of them away and rotate them into use.  Here's a couple fun toys that stimulate the hunting instinct and can keep a cat entertained.


Cat's Meow - the rotating mouse chaser


Food Puzzles for Cats

All your cat's medical records and reminders in one place - with the convenient Paw Print app - automatically sync'ed with our records at the clinic and you can access and share them.  We also send reminders about your cat's upcoming health needs via text or email.


Download it today from the App Store

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Kitty litter - we all need it, our cats need to use it, and we need to live with it.  Dr Leah uses World's Best because it's a clumping litter that is low dust and ISN'T clay based.  And in small volumes it can be flushed.

Stuff We Love

Kennels - we need them to get our cats to the vet or wherever we're traveling with them.  Consider one that has been safety crash tested, like the Sleepypod


Or this more basic model that has a front door, top loads and comes apart very easily.



Pet Feeders - do you have multiple pets that you need to keep their food separate?  This is an innovative way to feed specialty diets making sure the right pet gets the right food.  SureFeed

Boarding Facility - When we need to leave town & don't have a cat sitter that can come to the house, or if your kitty needs medication or special care, we recommend the Phat Cat Inn in Anmore for boarding.  


Also newly opened is The Alley Cats Country Inn, located in Pitt Meadows.

The Himalayan


The Himalayan is a poised, loving and sweet breed. It is a sedate and affectionate cat, that prefers to cuddle with you rather than climb up your curtains. The Himalayan is responsive to your moods and emotions. They are very intelligent. Some breeders say Himalayans tend to talk more, but nothing like the Siamese. They love to be petted but do not demand attention like some breeds. But if they are not getting enough attention they will let you know with their quiet meows and meaningful looks from their big blue eyes. 


Learn more about the Himalayan here.