When our friends nine lives have been stretched as far as they can, we as their carers are in the unique position to take control of giving them dignity in ...
Well, we’ve been open for near 2 years now, would you believe it?! We’ve made huge steps from Dr Jeremy’s feline fanatical dream to the practice we are today.
The London Cat Clinic is proud to have been shortlisted as a finalist for Best Small Business in the 2019 Southwark Business Excellence Awards
Back in January our Brave Cat was Storm, a little kitten who has a condition called Feline Congenital Hypothyroidism, this is a very rare disease.
Meet Barty. He is a wonderful 13year old Domestic Shorthair.
Percy is a four year old American Shorthair, he relocated to the UK about a year ago from the USA. He is a very sweet boy and first visited us ...
Meet Storm, he is a 4-month-old Norwegian Forest Cat. Dr Jeremy first saw him along with his sister Forest when he was only eight weeks old and suffering from diarrhoea. ...
Brave Cat - Jack. We wanted to finish the year by making Jack our Brave Cat of the month.
Bagheera is on the front cover of the 2019 Calendar of Stars which is now available to order from the clinic
As we are there for the nine lives and counting of over 1000 felines, we've listened to you and extended our Saturday opening hours
In the event of a ‘No-deal’ Brexit, it could take up to 4 months to make the necessary arrangements for your cat to travel, meaning that you will need to ...
Puss Wuss is a 9-year-old Burmese cat. She came in for a second opinion with Dr Jeremy as she has on-going respiratory and gastro-intestinal problems.
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