Since 2000, the Cat Hospital of Austin has provided complete feline veterinary care in a loving, warm environment. Your feline companion is an important member of the family and deserves only the finest care.
At the Cat Hospital of Austin, we know how important your cat is to you. The bond you share with your faithful companion is precious and we strive to strengthen and preserve that bond through the use of advanced veterinary medicine, modern technology and old-fashioned compassion.
Whatever your cat’s needs, the Cat Hospital of Austin is ready to help. We provide complete wellness examinations and vaccinations as part of our preventive health care plan. Your pet has access to the latest diagnostic technology and surgical techniques at the Cat Hospital of Austin. If your cat has a health condition, such as diabetes or hyperthyroidism, we offer specialized health management programs.
Most of all, the Cat Hospital of Austin is a safe, comfortable place for your cat. Dr. Kim Percival has opened the hospital in order to specially cater to the needs of your feline friend. Your cat is treated in a calm, stress-free atmosphere, a place where cats can just be cats. We want our warm, loving hospital to be a “home away from home” for your cat.
At the Cat Hospital of Austin, we remember that a cat is not a small dog, which is why we specialize in feline care. We strive to provide the best quality care, using the most current techniques in feline veterinary medicine. We recognize that each cat is an individual and has individual needs. We also recognize that with each patient, there is an owner. We promise to help our clients enrich and prolong the lives of their pet. We treat our clients with courtesy and respect, and provide information in a clear and concise manner. We aid our clients in making the best decisions for their cats and for themselves. We strive to embrace excellence in medicine in conjunction with sincere concern for all cats and their people.
The Cat Hospital of Austin offers free first-time exams for cats and kittens adopted from any rescue organization. Please ask a hospital staff member for details.