Located on the north side of Gilman Boulevard near Small Threads for Kids, Meadows Cat Hospital is easily accesible and our wonderful cat veterinarians and staff are eager to meet you and your feline companion. Our team treats your cat like one of our own, so you can always expect the best in loving service and cat veterinary care. Whether you are interested in wellness exams, need advice on behavioral issues, or are experiencing an feline emergency or your cat needs urgent care, we are here to help!
Since 1990, we have focused on providing comprehensive veterinary care for cats of all ages throughout the East Seattle area. Serving Issaquah, Bellevue, and Sammamish, we can see to all your feline veterinary care. When you want the best for your cat, we are your number one resource.
Some of our veterinary services include:
Getting routine wellness exams for your cat is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your pet lives a long and healthy life. While the future is never certain, routine wellness exams greatly increase the odds of your cat staying healthy and active for years to come. During each exam, we give your cat a comprehensive physical examination to detect any potential problems and to address current issues your cat is experiencing. By visiting your vet once a year, keeping up with vaccines and consulting professionals about your cat’s health, you are doing the best you can as a cat owner.
Vaccinations are a major part of maintaining the health of your cat. Some vaccinations are recommended for all cats, while others may be recommended based on lifestyle and other concerns. Once we get to know you and your cat, we can tell you which vaccinations are most important for your pet and administer those vaccinations as necessary. Common vaccinations include:
· Feline Leukemia
· Feline Distemper
If your cat is going to be spending any time outside, we encourage you to learn about your flea and tick prevention options. There are some great medications available that are effective and convenient, and ensure that your pet is protected from the many diseases and parasites that fleas and ticks carry.
Dental care is a necessity for your cat’s overall health. Failing to keep teeth and gums healthy can lead to bad breath, tooth decay, gum disease, problems eating and tooth loss. Leaving gum disease too long can actually compromise other systems in your cat’s body, leading to much bigger dangers than lost teeth. Fortunately, we can help with all your cat’s dental needs, including comprehensive cleanings under sedation.
Accidents can happen no matter how careful you are about protecting your cat. The team at Meadows Cat Hospital is skilled in cat emergency care, including cat surgery, so you always have a backup if something goes wrong. From ingesting dangerous substances to broken bones, car accidents to urinary tract obstructions, we are standing by to take care of all your cat emergency needs.
Sometimes you have to leave your cat behind, even if you don’t want to. We try to make your absence as stress-free as possible by offering boarding options that are specially designed for felines. Cat boarders get lots of time out of enclosures, plenty of personal time with staff and the support of a skilled veterinary team.
As a cat-only vet hospital, we offer something truly unique in Issaquah, Bellevue, Sammamish the East Seattle area. Please contact us now to schedule an appointment. Call 425-392-8770 today to get started!
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Services are by appointment only. Same-day urgent care available. Walk-ins are accommodated as the schedule allows.
In case of emergency during non-business hours, please contact:
Blue Pearl (Renton) at 206-364-1660
Seattle Veterinary Specialists (SVS) at 206-624-9111
Aerowood Animal Hospital at 425-746-6557