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Brave Cat of the Month - Cowboy

Meet the wonderfully brave Cowboy, he is an 18year old young Domestic Short Hair. He came to us for a second opinion earlier in the year. At Christmas time he ...

Brave Cat of the Month - Lola A

Meet Lovely Lola, she is a 7-month-old British Shorthair kitten. Her story began when she was 4 months old, she had an episode of suddenly stopping to eat and started ...

Dr Jeremy talks about the risks of sanitisers for cats

Dr Jeremy Campbell, clinical director at The London Cat Clinic, said: “There is a risk that if cats lick the hand sanitiser from peoples’ hands, or it becomes attached to ...

Brave Cat of the Month - Alfie

Meet the brave and wonderful Alfie. He is 15 years young and has been an absolute trooper this year!

Dr Jeremy Campbell joins the Expert Panel of the ISFM

Dr Jeremy brings his clinical insight to the Expert Panel of the ISFM Academy of Feline Practitioners

Brave Cat of the Month - Tia

Meet Tia the beautiful 12-year old mature lady!

Oreo the Hero!

Oreo has saved 2 cats lives in the last 6 months!!!!

TLCC and COVID 19 precautions

Dear TLCC Family, We take your health as well as your cat's seriously and we are supporting public efforts to limit social contact in order to slow down the exponential ...

Brave Cat of the Month -Hannah

Hannah is a lovely 5-year-old Maine Coon cat who, at the beginning of January saw us for vomiting and lethargy that got worse over a few days

Brave Cat of the Month - Popi

Popi is a 3-year-old Maine Cooncat. She first came to the clinic as she was suffering from a recurrence of othematoma. This is a bruise of the outer ear resulting ...

Taking your cat abroad this year? Read this first…

After the election last year, it became very clear that the UK was indeed going to leave the EU in the near future. However, there has been a great deal ...

1st Brave Cat of the Month 2020

To bring in the New Year, we would like to introduce you to Luna the gorgeous, playful Russian Blue kitten.

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