Feline Friendly, Low Stress Handling

Our staff of licensed and carefully trained professionals are dedicated to making you and your feline’s visit as helpful and enjoyable as possible.

First impressions count! Cats will inevitably be anxious and stressed in the waiting room as they are outside their normal territory and will feel particularly vulnerable. Fears, anxiety and stress will be heightened if cats are placed next to, or have eye contact with, what they would regard as a predator species (eg, a dog) or have to share the space with barking dogs, which is why we are proud to introduce a new, feline friendly waiting area!

Our team takes special care in ensuring you and your best cat companion have a comfortable experience at Mount Laurel Animal Hospital.
Wellness ages 1 - 10
We recommend annual physical examination for healthy cats between the ages of 1 and 10 years of age. During the exam we will perform a full physical and discuss nutrition and preventative care. In addition, we will assess dental health and make recommendations for care.
We will customize an examination and re-check schedule for adult cats with chronic diseases that are on medication and/or need monitoring.
Adult Cat and Kitten Vaccines

Core: FVRCP (combined Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia), Rabies, Leukemia

Your pet's vaccine schedule is balanced to provide needed protection while not over-vaccinating. Please contact us for more information about our customized vaccination protocols and why they are best for your pet.

Wellness & Senior Patients
Dr. van Saun and our entire feline team, loves older patients. The relationships they have with you, their human companions, are deep and precious. But, our older cats are more susceptible to many different diseases and conditions which is why we recommend twice yearly examinations.
With improved healthcare and preventive medicine programs, we are seeing more and more cats live to their upper teens and early twenties. Because changes in body condition and daily behaviors can be subtle, we rely on careful observations by you, their caretakers.
Common signs of geriatric diseases:
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Weight Loss
  • Change In Appetite
  • Increased Thirst
  • Lethargy
  • Change In Elimination Behavior
  • Failure To Use The Litter Box