The Cat Doctors Veterinary Hospital was established to offer high quality feline medicine and surgery, always mindful of the unique medical and emotional needs of cats with an emphasis on pain control.
We encourage clients to be very involved in the treatment of their cats and we strive to fully explain all procedures, tests and treatment options that we recommend.
To make an appointment, or if you have any questions, please call us at 585-641-CATS.
For problems outside of these hours, contact Rochester's Animal Emergency Service at 585-424-1277.
For more information about the emergency service, refer to their website
NEWS [10/21/2012] Safe travel to the clinicResources page.
NEWS [04/30/2012] Feline Asthma Information
NEWS [04/25/2012] Spring reminders
Despite the up and down temperatures, Sping is here. And following their helpful tradition, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) has released the results of their analysis of their poison cases from 2011: The Top 10 Pet Poisons for 2011.
NEWS [01/09/2012] Winter update - Dangerous household items quiz.
DVM360 published a quiz over the holidays that contains useful year-round reminders. Spot the real hazards.
NEWS [01/05/2012] Healing touch works on the largest of cats
Our clients often commend our staff on their graceful handling of their cats during appointments. We know that the "feel" for animals comes from experience and an article this week drives that point home! Find the whole article here.
NEWS [11/05/2011] Autumn Weather
The leaves are now past peak color and starting to fall to the ground en masse. Regardless of your views on the merits of Fall cleanup, be mindful that traffic in and out of the house creates opportunities for indoor cats to escape into the outdoors, sheds and garages. Once there, leaf cover makes them harder than normal to locate and cooling temperatures create a whole new set of risks
NEWS [04/24/2011] Rochester Animal Services participates in ASPCA 100K Challenge.
The dedicated staff at our local emergency clinic participated in this challenge with the ASPCA.
They received the second highest number of votes of any clinic in the country!!
The next phase of the competition involves the number of adoptions. Learn more here