Welcome to Cambridge Cat Clinic. We are Cambridgeshire's first feline only veterinary clinic, located in Fulbourn, only 15 minutes from Cambridge city centre. We look forward to welcoming you and your cat at the clinic. Please get in touch for more information about the clinic, opening hours or to register your cat and book an appointment. We have recently achieved all the Cat Friendly Clinic standards at Gold level (Advanced) a scheme run by the ISFM.
The clinic is now 3 months old! A mere kitten, just finding it’s feet, but having lots of fun while it explores and grows. We have been meeting lots of wonderful cats, treating some routine and more unusual cases as well as making some great new human friends.
Sam and Mini have learnt more than they ever wanted to about setting up a business during a recession. Sam is now our VAT, marketing, health and safety and HR guru!
Meanwhile, Mini has been spending her free moments with her head in textbooks, journals and bouncing ideas off her International feline vet pals to study for the ISFM
This July just passed, as well as being one of the wettest months this year and kicking off the start to the 2012 Olympics, is also National Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month!
We all know that caring hands are nursing ones, but how does this really apply to you and your feline friends at the clinic? From persuading a poorly cat to eat, to monitoring a risky anaesthetic, the Registered Veterinary Nurse’s at the clinic carry out a huge range of nursing and medical procedures alongside your Vet’s to provide the best care for your cats.
The clinic has been open 8 weeks tomorrow. They say time flies when you’re having fun and we can certainly confirm this to be the case! One of our favourite ‘jobs’ is meeting (and cuddling) kittens and giving advice to their excited new owners. We have a unique opportunity to help out before bad habits take hold, but also begin preventative healthcare routines that will help these kittens’ lead long, happy and healthy lives. Of course the cuddling part is great too!
One of the most important things to get right is diet. We know that cats are carnivores and have a strict requirement for