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Welcome to Meadows Cat Hospital

We welcome you to the official website for Meadows Cat Hospital! Our cat clinic is your feline veterinarian and resource for Issaquah, Sammamish, Bellevue and East Seattle WA. Here you'll find a unique blend of skill, experience, personalized feline care and advanced expertise in serving our only patients -- cats! Our focus on feline health and wellness gives us special insight into how we can optimize your own cat's quality of life, while the fact that we're the only family-owned and operated cat clinic in Issaquah makes us your natural choice for compassionate feline veterinary care.

Meet Dr. Laura L. George

Our feline vet, Dr. Laura L. George, is ready to serve as your cat's other best friend. A 2006 top-ranking graduate of the elite University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. George spent the last decade in the fields of small animal medicine, shelter medicine and feline care and managed the medical operations for more than 30 Ohio and Washington clinics before helming this vet center exclusively for cats. Dr. George and the rest of our team understand both the physical and the emotional makeup of these special animals, enabling us to provide top-quality feline care in the calm, quiet, supportive environment cats prefer.

A Variety of Veterinary Services for Cats

Meadows Cat Hospital offers a lifetime's worth of veterinary services and technologies to prevent illness, treat injuries or chronic conditions and generally help your cat thrive for many happy years to come. Rely on our vet clinic and our feline veterinarians for such essentials as:

  • Preventative care - Your cat will have a longer, healthier life with the aid of our preventative procedures, including annual wellness exams, pest and parasite prevention, de-worming, vaccinations, and spay or neuter surgery (which can help ward off serious health threats as well as unwanted litters).
  • Surgery - In addition to spay and neuter surgery, our feline veterinarians can perform such surgical procedures as maxillofacial surgery, tumor removal, abdominal surgery, ear/ear surgery, exploratory surgery and more.
  • Dental Care - Regular feline dental checkups and thorough cleanings under anesthesia can help your cat maintain a healthy mouth. We can also treat conditions ranging from dental abscesses to oral cancer.
  • Diagnostics - from preventative wellness to getting the facts about a life-threatening problem, our sophisticated diagnostic techniques and technologies (including state-of-the-art digital X-rays) can ensure that we know the exact state of your cat's health, enabling us to provide whatever care he or she may need right away.
  • Senior care - Senior cats are more vulnerable to a variety of health problems, from arthritis and feline tooth resorption ("cat cavities") to kidney failure, thyroid disease and cancer. Our senior care services feature annual wellness exams, medications for chronic pain or other conditions, special diets and other age-related care.
  • Boarding - Our cats-only clinic offers an unparalleled feline boarding experience for those times you must be separated from your cat. We treat our guests to regular meals, plenty of outdoor time and interaction, and quiet, clean spaces featuring their own familiar bedding. It's the next best thing to being at home!

Schedule an Appointment with our Issaquah Veterinarian

We're confident that you'll be excited about what we can do for your cat after you've examined our website in detail. But an even better way to get to know us is for you (and your cat) to meet us in person. Call Meadows Cat Hospital at 425-392-8770 to schedule an initial appointment at our vet hospital today!

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 PM

Thursday:

10:00 am-7:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 AM-2:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Staff

  • Dr.
    Laura L. George

    Hello! My name is Dr. Laura George. I am the medical director, owner and lead cat veterinarian at Meadows Cat Hospital. After my graduation from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, I have spent the last decade practicing small animal medicine. Prior to our cat hospital, I ran the medical operations of 30 (+) veterinary hospitals in Ohio and Washington. During this time I trained and mentored doctors in those veterinary clinics through difficult medical cases and complex surgeries. I am now focused exclusively on feline wellness but I have spent the better part of two decades in medicine, shelter medicine and feline awareness. Feline veterinary medicine has always been my calling. I am excited to have recently moved to the Pacific Northwest with my husband, 3 cats (Opal, Onyx and Bailey) and my 5 rescued bearded dragons. At our cat clinic in Issaquah, I hope to introduce you to my strong focus on preventative medicine, internal medicine and advanced surgical expertise.

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Testimonials

  • ""tried many other vets in the Issaquah, Redmond and Renton area, and Meadows Cat Hospital stands out radiantly amongst all others. They listen, they understand, they treat expertly, and they've gained my trust which is such a big deal.""
    Mekachu M-Yelp!
  • ""There is no one else I trust with more with my little guy's health. I am extremely particular with the veterinarians that treat my cat (when it isn't an emergency), and have never run across such a nice, honest, genuine doctor""
    Sarah H - Yelp!
  • ""love how helpful and down to earth this clinic is. My cat and I love the whole staff! my kitty loves it!""
    Kyra H - Yelp
  • ""They are a great place for boarding our kitties when needed and also help us keep them healthy. Very compassionate and excellent care.""
    M. S. - Facebook
  • ""Quite simply the most capable, caring and supportive team of people you could ask for when seeking veterinary care for your cats!""
    M.B. - Facebook
  • ""Dr Laura is gentle, caring, highly knowledgable and has the cutest baby son (bonus). She understands my timid boy Doc and doesn't let JW boss her around (too much).""
    LL - Facebook
  • ""...thorough, understanding and gentle. The staff is equally great! If you are looking for a kitty vet, give Nick a call for an appointment. You won't be disappointed!""
    LK - Facebook
  • ""I am VERY impressed with this professional and family - like staff. I would absolutely recommend them.""
    RS - Google
  • ""Easily the best vet we have ever had!
    Dr. G figured out our cat's allergy issues when no one else could!""
    J Keck - Facebook
  • ""spends a lot of time boarding at Meadows Cat Hospital during the summer while I travel. I do believe she now almost prefers the attention and care she gets at Meadows to that at home. Really appreciate the care and attention that she gets at Meadows.""
    RG - Facebook

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