The Cat Clinic, Inc.

Quality Feline Healthcare

We work by appointment only. Please call ahead to reserve your time today:(580) 233-5801


The Cat Clinic is a full-service veterinary clinic that provides lab capabilities, surgical care, dental cleaning, exams, vaccinations, in-house x-rays, and more!

Pain Relief

Advanced Pain relief now available with our new non-surgical, drug free treatment laser! We've successfully used our K-Laser for arthritis, wound healing and more as it helps relieve pain, reduce swelling, speed up the healing process and increase range of motion.

Numerous studies show that Laser Therapy can help with:

  • joint pain
  • edema and congestion
  • puncture wounds
  • post-traumatic injury
  • post-surgical pain
  • neck, back, hip pain
  • burns
  • chronic wounds

Kittens/Young Cats

For your convenience, we have prepared the following checklist to assist you in keeping your kitten/cat up- to-date on all shots, tests, and other procedures recommended by Doctor Yauk.

8 weeks old

  • Feline Leukemia FeLV test, if indicated- $44.00
  • Fecal Exam for intestinal parasites (Please submit fresh stool sample - 1 tbsp is adequate)- $50.75
  • FVRCP #1 (Feline Respiratory Tract & Feline Distemper all-in-one vaccine) - $21.00

12 weeks old

  • Fecal Exam re-check, if indicated- $50.75
  • FVRCP #2 booster (all-in-one vaccine)- $21.00
  • Feline Leukemia (FeLV) #1 Vaccination- $48.00

16 weeks old

  • Feline Leukemia (FeLV) #2 booster (final) - $48.00
  • Rabies/FVRCP combo vaccination - $65.00
  • OR Rabies Only - $45.50

NOTE: All vaccinations should be given yearly after the initial boosters to ensure continued protection against disease! We do send reminders on all vaccination so please keep your mailing information current with the clinic.

5 to 6 months

  • Neuter (male) - $101.45
  • Spay (female) - $194.00

We schedule surgeries and vaccinations by appointment only, so please call several days in advance.

Declaws can be done starting at 3 months of age or when your cat weighs at least 3 pounds. We only do the front two paws.  The Cat Clinic highly recommends that you try to train your cat or kitten to use a scratching post from an early age to protect your furniture, wood work, and skin. 

Also, it is wise to NEVER play with a kitten using your hands or feet. This encourages them to attack and scratch/bite you. It may be cute when they are little, but not so much when they grow up. Always use toys to distract your kitten from using you as a play-thing. If they persist in attacking you, gently pick them up by the loose skin at the base of their skull (called scruffing - like their mama would do) and tell them no. Then you can place them in time-out in a carrier or close them off in a separate room for a few minutes.

If scratching or biting is a problem with your kitten or adult cat, please read this article on Feline Aggression for tips, tricks, and ideas on how to re-direct or stop this behavior.

If you still feel a declaw needs to be done, please call us for an appointment. The cost of a declaw is $204.00 and they spend one night. A special litter must be used in place of their regular litter and we provide that after the surgery. The cost of the litter is included in the surgery price.