Stanley came to us after eating a couple of nerf darts and a lego piece… again.  Yes, he is a second offender of eating undigestable materials.  Unfortunately his orignal owners just couldn’t afford his sense of taste, and therefore was bequeathed to us.  After  2 hours of surgery, and 8 inches of intestinal tract removed, the foresaid items were removed.  He now lives in the clinic, and despite all of the precautions he still tries to eat anything smaller than his head.  It’s a good thing that we love him.  You will see him running around, playing, chasing and falling off of things.  We think he has trans-species issues and he is a labrador trapped in a cat’s body, which would explain alot of Stanley’s habits.  Please forgive him if he attempts to taste you while you are visiting, remember he is part Lab.  Best quality is that he melts into a purr bucket when picked up.

Hobbies: Shredding cat beds or dragging them off elsewhere in clinic, breaking into lunchboxes to steal food, chewing up various items available in clinic.


Location Hours
Monday8:30am – 6:00pm
Tuesday8:30am – 6:00pm
Wednesday9:30am – 6:00pm
Thursday8:30am – 2:00pm
Friday8:30am – 6:00pm