“Spot On” Highlights Cats for Adoption and So Much More!

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Dr. Philip Putter, DVM, and Director Kaeley Blum pose at the front of Spot On Veterinary Hospital & Hotel. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

Spot On Veterinary Hospital & Hotel offers a variety of services that include an adoption center for cats and dogs, a full-service veterinary hospital with acupuncture and cold-laser therapy, a full-service pet hotel, doggy daycare, grooming spa and pet chauffeur service.

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One of the many dog suites at Spot On, equipped with a bed, TV, and live footage camera. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

Having opened about a year and a half ago in December 2017, Spot On has made its mark in the Greenwich/Stamford area by helping raise and take care of pets in high-end living facilities, all of which have cameras in them for owners to check in on their pets.

All of their pet playrooms also have cameras with live footage that is accessible to owners from 8:00am to 5:00pm.

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Happy dogs in one of the playrooms at Spot On. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

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More happy dogs in one of the playrooms at Spot On. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

Becky Putter, the Director of Operations at Spot On, and her husband Dr. Philip Putter, DVM, a leading veterinarian and founder & owner of Spot On, never felt completely comfortable leaving their pets in other hotels, which gave them the inspiration to launch Spot On in September 2015 to provide a transparent and beautiful place for pets.

“We really wanted to elevate the standard of care for animals,” said Becky Putter. “Our goal is to be a one-stop-shop for everything your pet needs.”

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The beautiful display of food, treats, leashes, and more in the front of Spot On. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

 

“We’ve had a pig, many chinchillas, rabbits, all kinds of fun animals, even birds, fish, snakes, and a tortoise,” Dr. Philip Putter commented. Home to exotic animals, along with your everyday pets, Spot On strives to give your pets anything and everything they might need.

Aside from their hospital and hotel services, Spot On also shelters cats who are available for adoption.

Three cats in particular have been at Spot On location for the past six months. Their names are Milo, Princess, and Lux, and all three are some of the kindest and friendliest cats around.

Milo, who is about 8 years old, unfortunately lost his owner and is looking for a new home. He’s lived with other cats in the past and is easily able to acclimate to a home with other pets and children.

“Milo’s a total attention hound,” said Kaeley Blum, the Director of Spot On. While he can be mellow at times, Milo loves being petted and played with.

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Milo, 8 years old, relaxing and posing for a picture in his play area at Spot On. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

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Milo looking out his window behind a tree decoration. Photo: Kaeley Blum.

Princess and Lux, the sister-brother duo who will warm your heart, are also attention-seekers, but are a bit quieter.

The siblings first came to Spot On by hitching a ride on a dog transport from a kill shelter in Texas after losing their owner.

Luckily for the pair, Spot On heeded the local rescue’s plea to let the cats onto the transport and bring them into their care.

Because of their journey together and their love for one another, the two are bonded and would need to be adopted as a pair, but they, too, would fit great into any home with other pets and kids living there.

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Princess, 3 years old, looking for a new home with her brother Lux! Photo: Kaeley Blum.

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Princess, 3 years old, sitting upright for a picture in her playroom at Spot On. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

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Lux, 3 years old, lounges in his couch in his cat tower. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

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Lux, 3 years old, hoping to find a new home with his sister Princess! Photo: Kaeley Blum.

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Princess and Lux sitting by each other in their cat tower. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

In the meantime, Milo, Princess, and Lux are staying in the five-level tower suites (with windows) and are having fun in the cat playroom, but would love to find a new home.

“To be here is an unusually nice place to live,” Dr. Putter said, “But it’s not nearly as nice as being in someone’s house.”

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Five-level cat towers offer a cozy place for cats to relax and sleep in. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

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The cat playroom stocked with toys and shelves for the cats to play with. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

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Some of the decor in the cat playroom at Spot On. Photo: Melanie Leguizamon.

To adopt any of these cats, along with other pets that are at Spot On (received from owner surrenders, clients who have found lost animals, etc.), you can email Spot On at info@SpotOnVet.com and expect to be emailed back shortly with an online cursory application to see if you are a good fit!

Spot On Veterinary Hospital & Hotel is located at 184 Selleck Street, Stamford, CT. Tel. (203) 973-SPOT