Cat Clinic in Bellingham, WA 98225 - Wellness
Dr. Terri McCalla received her BS with distinction in Animal Health Science from the University of Arizona. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine with distinction from both Oregon State University and Washington State University (joint WOI program) in 1984. She completed a three year residency in Comparative Ophthalmology at the University of Missouri in 1989, and earned her Master of Science degree in Comparative Pathology in 1990. Dr. McCalla was a member of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists Examination Committee for five years, and has lectured extensively and published several scientific articles in veterinary ophthalmology. Dr. McCalla practiced in Seattle, WA before opening Animal Eye Care in Bellingham, Washington. Dr. McCalla’s clinical and research interests include cataract surgery, nutraceutical supplementation and support for the eye, uveitis, orbital disease, retinal pathology, and ocular pharmacology.
Police arrested a man accused of stabbing employees at two Bellingham veterinary clinics Thursday, Oct. 9, because he was upset over the death of his cat.
This is for Isabel and all other cat lovers on this forum. We take our kitties to the Cat Clinic in Bellingham. They have a couple of cats that live there. Here are some photos of these cats. AnnCharles Anthony Smith, 57, of Bellingham, blamed veterinarians for the cat’s deteriorating health and eventual death, said Bellingham Detective Sgt. Mike Scanlon. The cat was briefly treated at Fountain Veterinary Hospital for urinary tract problems about a month ago. Smith learned another clinic in town, Maplewood Animal Hospital, specializes in urinary problems so he started taking the cat there. Then, earlier this week, the cat died, Scanlon said.Don’t risk losing your dog or cat to a deadly disease. Bring your pet into the Vetco Vaccination Clinics inside your Bellingham WA Petco where we offer a variety of affordable, preventive care services to help ensure the health and well-being of your dog or cat. No appointment is needed, there are no exam fees and we will recommend the type of vaccinations, heartworm, flea and tick prevention suited for your pet’s lifestyle. State-licensed veterinarians administer all dog and cat vaccinations, and we keep a record of your pet’s medical services. Armed with kitchen knives, Charles Anthony Smith, 57, stabbed two people at two different Bellingham, Washington, veterinary clinics the morning of Oct. 9, angry because of the death of his cat. Both victims—a female veterinarian at Maplewood Animal Hospital and a veterinary team member at Fountain Veterinary Hospital—survived the attack. Smith was taken into police custody shortly afterward and was charged with two counts of first-degree assault and two counts of possessing weapons capable of producing bodily harm.