The Cat Doctors in Penfield NY
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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

Hospital Schedule
Monday: 9AM-6PM
Tuesday: 8AM-7PM
Wednesday: 8AM-2PM
Thursday: 8AM-7PM
Friday: 8AM-5PM

Convenient location near the 4 corners of Penfield, NY
We have ample on site parking and access from 441 as well as 5 Mile Line Road (via Motts Lane).
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Client Resources
Please find client forms and recommended links on our resources page.
Feline Pathogens of African Wild Cats
The National Veterinary Laboratory compiled a list of common pathogens for African wild cats. The article contains a clear explanation of the relationship between big cats and household cats and how that influences their diseases. Highly recommended reading.
Updated web site
We've made substantial changes to the site which we hope make it easier for you to use. We're also expanding our social media presence so be sure to follow us on Twitter!
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Winter reminders - 12/05/2014
The Holiday season is upon us. ASPCA has compiled a list of traditions that create unintentional risks for your cat.

Read more about cat holiday safety here.
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