Experiencing an Emergency?

Cats can get into all kinds of trouble — and sometimes the trouble they find presents you with a veterinary emergency. If your pet is struggling with a serious, urgent health problem, you need to know he can get prompt, effective emergency pet care. That’s why you’ll want to keep the phone number for Central Texas Cat Hospital handy. Our emergency vet clinic in Round Rock can make sure your cat gets the best possible chance for a full recovery.

Don’t wait until an emergency strikes to look for answers to your cat’s plight. Save our number and be ready to call our Round Rock animal hospital at 512-388-1299!

During Business Hours

Central Texas Cat Hospital
Get Directions | 512-388-1299

Hours of Operation
M-F: 7am-4pm
Sat: 7am-12:00pm Sun: Closed

Common Cat Emergencies

How do you know you have a cat emergency on your hands? Be on the lookout for issues such as:

1

Heat Stroke

An overheated cat may appear dizzy, pant or drool heavily stagger, or even loss of consciousness.
2

Dystocia

Dystocia is difficult or dangerous labor. if your cat seems to be taking forever to deliver her kittens, she may be in danger.
3

Urinary Dysfunction

Failure to urinate, or painful urination, may be caused by dangerous obstructions such as stones.
4

Digestive Emergencies

A swallowed object can cause intense pain and internal damage. A hard, distended abdomen may be a sign of bloat, a condition that normally affects dogs but can also affect cats. Uncontrollable diarrhea and vomiting can cause fatal dehydration.
5

Trauma

Fractures, uncontrolled bleeding, and other trauma should be considered an emergency.

Smart Responses and Emergency Vet Care Options

Responding correctly to an emergency can make all the difference in the outcome for your cat. For example, inducing vomiting in a case of poison ingestion might be a terrible mistake if the substance is corrosive in nature. Your best bet is always to call our animal hospital immediately and ask for instructions. We will walk you through any immediate steps you need to take and prepare our emergency vet clinic for your cat’s arrival. (If your emergency occurs outside of our regular office hours, call one of the hospitals listed below).

You’ll find that Central Texas Cat Hospital provides state of the art in emergency pet care. We can administer in-house lab tests, ultrasound imaging and other diagnostics to get a clear idea of what needs to be done. We can then provide such life-saving measures as hydration, poison neutralization, surgery to seal wounds and repair fractures, and internal surgery to correct dangerous urinary or digestive issues.

In Case of An Emergency After Hours

If you find that you need emergency assistance after hours, we recommend Central Texas Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Hospital or Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin. They are available when we are closed and we trust them for quality care! In the event you have to visit the emergency clinic we can get the records so we can follow up if your pet needs further care.

For your convenience, we have provided the contact and website information for both after hours locations here.

After Business Hours

Central Texas Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Hospital
301 Chisholm Trail, Round Rock, TX 78681

Phone: 512-900-2778
www.ctvsh.com

After Business Hours

Emergency Animal Hospital of Northwest Austin
12034 Research Boulevard Svrd, Austin, TX 78759

Phone: 512-331-6121
www.eahnwa.com