16 episodes

This exciting podcast is just what you need if you are a proud cat owner. Dr. Susan Little, a famous cat veterinarian and Dr. Jolle Kirpensteijn, a gracious cat surgeon, host important guests and discuss topics that concern every feline and its owner. This podcast is published every other week and is approximately 20 minutes long.

Cat Cafe Podcast Jolle Kirpensteijn

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0, 7 Ratings

This exciting podcast is just what you need if you are a proud cat owner. Dr. Susan Little, a famous cat veterinarian and Dr. Jolle Kirpensteijn, a gracious cat surgeon, host important guests and discuss topics that concern every feline and its owner. This podcast is published every other week and is approximately 20 minutes long.

    What diagnostic imaging techniques do vets use commonly on my cat?

    What diagnostic imaging techniques do vets use commonly on my cat?

    Another episode with Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle where they discuss the use of diagnostic imaging techniques in veterinary practice. What is the difference between an X-ray, an ultrasound, and a CT scan? Why can these techniques help your veterinarian in understanding what is wrong with your pet? Join us for another exciting episode.

    • 33 min
    Should you be worried about covid-19 and your cat?

    Should you be worried about covid-19 and your cat?

    This episode is dedicated to the virus that keeps us all in check at the moment. COVID-19 or Corona Virus Disease 2019. cats are susceptible to general coronaviruses and we know quite a lot about them. There is NO evidence that cats are a risk factor for people. As a matter of fact, people with COVID-19 are probably more dangerous to the cat than vice versa. Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle discuss the latest news about cats and coronavirus. An episode you can not miss!

    • 20 min
    When should I take my cat to the vet? With Dr. Margie Scherk

    When should I take my cat to the vet? With Dr. Margie Scherk

    Dr. Margie Scherk is one of the first veterinarians dedicated to cat medicine. As a board-certified feline practitioner, Margie is also known as the cat expert. We are lucky to chat with her about why cats do not want to go to the vet usually. Cats are solitary animals and do not like anything different from what they are used too. Imagine that you are stuffed in a little crate, put in a car, in waiting in a room full of dogs and that you are smelling lots of strange things. This all leads to stress, and Margie explains a couple of simple tricks that you can do to decrease this stress. Next to that, we talk about how to recognize symptoms that may indicate that your cat is not well. When do you need to bring your cat to the vet? Margie will give you the answer!

    • 23 min
    When you have to bring your cat to an emergency room, with Dr. Chris Byers

    When you have to bring your cat to an emergency room, with Dr. Chris Byers

    Dr. Chris Byers, the criticalcaredvm, is with us today. Chris is a specialist in emergency medicine and internal medicine for pets. He works in an intensive care unit for animals. He deals with animals with heart failure, diabetes, and many other diseases and these units are open 24/7. He explains what happens when you have to take your pet into the emergency room. As soon as the pet enters the unit, the pet is triaged to evaluate how seriously ill the pet is and a treatment plan is started. Chris has also a great blog. For more info: www.criticalcaredvm.com

    • 22 min
    How to deal with heart disease in cats? With Dr. Phil Fox.

    How to deal with heart disease in cats? With Dr. Phil Fox.

    The #catcafepodcast hosts the veterinary Dr. Phil, as in Dr. Phil Fox from the famous NYC Animal Medical Center. Phil is talking about common heart diseases in cats. The most common condition has to do with the thickening of the heart muscle or hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Phil explains how you can watch for clinical signs and how to diagnose heart disease in cats. We explain how a Dutch invention, the ECG, helps with diagnosing heart abnormalities. If your cat has heart problems there are certain options that you can consider. Thank you Dr. Phil!

    • 22 min
    Myth-busting cat nutrition with Dr. Julie Churchill

    Myth-busting cat nutrition with Dr. Julie Churchill

    Nutrition specialist and most compassionate veterinarian, Dr. Julie Churchill, is a guest at the Cat Café PC. Julie is specialized in veterinary nutrition for cats. She talks about myths in cat nutrition and how nutrition has to be the cornerstone of veterinary medicine. ‘Food be thy medicine’, nutrition is important for all life stages of cats. The number one problem in cat nutrition is obesity as 60 percent of cats are overweight in the US. Being overweight shortens the cat’s life. Cats need to be healthy and lean! We also discuss home-made foods, grain-free and raw diets.

    • 27 min

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TPoppins ,

I’ll definitely be revisiting this cafe

The purring at the beginning is wonderful! The content so far is great, too. Looking forward to future episodes.

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