Why All Cats?
Cats have been treated like second class citizens in general vet practices for far too long. Most cat owners do not have access to a cat only clinic.
At general practices vets see up to 70% dogs. As a result, many cats are treated by vets who are not interested in them and do not have the time to keep up with the latest developments in feline medicine.
Our cats deserve more. So do you. I am determined to change this and make sure that all cats can access a vet who is truly passionate about cats.
Tips for Cat Owners
Five top tips to make vet visits less stressful for your cat
Does bringing your cat to the vet stress you both out? Watch my short video for my top tips to make the trip less stressful for you both!
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