Metro Cat Clinic Inc








WELCOME TO METRO CAT CLINIC

 

 




Metro Cat Clinic (MCC) is a full service veterinary clinic just for cats! We are located in the Birmingham Metro area. The clinic is officially part of Hoover but in Northern Shelby County.

 We offer diagnostic services, medical treatment, soft tissue, dentistry and some orthopedic surgery, as well as preventative medicine, parasite control, boarding, and we can give dietary recommendations based on your cat’s medical needs and lifestyle.  We focus on preventive medicine and early detection of disease. We believe a microchip is important “insurance”.

At Metro Cat Clinic we give cats the special attention that they deserve.  Our doctors and staff members all have great appreciation of and affection for cats.  Our purpose is to help you improve and maintain the health and well being of your cats and strengthen the bond you have with your cat.  We feel the more you are informed about your cat’s medical and physical conditions, the better your relationship will be. For this reason our focus is not only with diagnosing and treating medical conditions, but also we focus on client education both here in the clinic and go-home handout information.

Check out the rest of our web site for info on staff, hours of operation, and exact location of the clinic.  Browse through the Message from the Vet for timely articles about various subjects related to cat health. This section changes monthly. We usually have a cat or two that are available for adoption and they are featured.


 


A box (6"x4"x2") of catnip toys was delivered to the clinic recently, and I decided to let the office cats enjoy the residual catnip aroma.  Nigel was so taken with the box that he managed to squeeze his 7 pound 10 ounces into it!  The box bulged a little at the seams but held.





Rabies has been found in Leeds and Shelby County.  A dog, a feral cat, and raccoons.  Please make sure your outside animals are up-to-date on their rabies vaccination.

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