Welcome to Our Cat Hospital in Issaquah!
Serving East Seattle, Sammamish, Bellevue and Issaquah cat owners, Meadows Cat Hospital specializes in providing the best veterinary care for your beloved feline companion. Run by Dr. Laura L. George, DVM, Meadows Cat Hospital is the only pet clinic in Issaquah exclusively equipped to accommodate cats and their unique needs. We have been taking tender loving care of cats since 1990 and take pride in upholding our commitment to "truly treating your cat as one of our own".
Services Offered at our Issaquah Cat Hospital
Wellness Exams and Preventative Care
Annual exams are essential for maintaining your cat's good health and well-being. From kitten to adult to senior cat, your feline requires vaccinations, booster vaccinations, parasite/fecal testing, blood tests and other preventative procedures to ensure your pet receives immediate treatment for illnesses that may not cause symptoms. We also strongly urge cat owners to give their feline year-round medications for preventing flea and tick infestations.
Adult cats over seven years old are considered "senior" cats and should receive bi-annual wellness exams from your East Seattle vet. Older cats are especially prone to urinary tract infections, skin problems, tooth decay and obesity-related chronic health issues. In addition, we want our existing and future clients to know that Meadows Cat Hospital meets or exceeds guidelines established by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP)
In-House Diagnostic Tests
Our Issaquah cat hospital provides advanced laboratory equipment to diagnose and treat illnesses and diseases unique to felines. Our vet also uses state-of-the-art x-rays to accurately assess your cat's heart, lungs, musculoskeletal system and gastrointestinal organs. If we find something medically complex affecting your cat, we will refer you to a veterinarian specializing in feline endoscopy, ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging so that your cat receives the most superior care possible.
Oral Care and Surgery
Plaque and tartar accumulating on your cat's teeth can cause periodontitis, a serious teeth and gum disease resulting in decay, lost teeth and oral infections. Feline stomatitis (an allergy to plaque often accompanying gingivitis), feline oral resorption lesions (pits in tooth enamel that develop into painful lesions) and malocclusion (abnormal bites due to loose/missing teeth) are other serious oral conditions that can make it difficult for a cat to eat.
Meadows Cat Hospital in Issaquah provides boarding services 365 days a year for times when you don't want to leave your cat at home alone. We invite you to take a tour of our boarding facilities and talk to our kennel staff about any concerns you have about leaving your cat with us. Before boarding your cat, be aware cats must be up-to-date on their core vaccinations and owners must show proof of a recent, negative fecal parasite test and flea preventative currently protecting their cat.
Schedule an Appointment Today
To schedule a wellness exam for your cat, please call our East Seattle cat hospital today at: 425-392-8770. We proudly serve Sammamish, Issaquah and Bellevue cat owners.