Cat Clinic of Pensacola


Surgery, radiology, EKG, & dental care - Routine spays and neuters, as well as orthopedic and soft-tissue surgeries, x-rays, complete EKG service, dental scaling, polishing and extractions.
Dermatological exams and allergy screening - Consider this for the itchy pet with no fleas.
On-site laboratory services include urinalysis, intestinal parasite screening, CBC & blood chemistries - Tests results in minutes from our state of the art lab.

In-house pharmacy -
No running all over town to get that prescription filled.
Hospitalization and isolation areas - Complete care for your pet.
Bathing/dipping facilities - A bath or medicated dip may be in order to treat certain skin conditions.
Boarding for our clients - Leave your cat with us while you go out of town.
Behavioral consultations - Call us for an appointment to discuss behavioral problems.
Nutritional consultations - Get the latest information about the best foods for your cat.
Microchipping - Don't lose your cat! Get them permanently identified.




Routine health maintenance is the key to protecting your cat. We recommend a thorough yearly examination, intestinal parasite screen and vaccinations appropriate for your cat’s life style. Vaccinations are administered in accordance with the recommendations of the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP).
The vaccination of cats against Rabies is required by law in the State of Florida. For all cats we recommend vaccinating against Panleukopenia (Feline Distemper), Rhinotracheitis and Calici Virus. For those cats that spend time outside or have a risk of exposure to Feline Leukemia, we recommend a yearly Feline Leukemia vaccine booster. The necessity and safety of any vaccine can be discussed with the veterinarian at the time of your appointment.
An Escambia County ordinance requires the purchase of a County License at the time of rabies vaccination. The County License is valid for one year.
For the protection of your pets and other client’s pets, all cats coming into the hospital must be current on their vaccinations.



Cat Clinic of Pensacola is a full service surgical facility. We use only the safest, most modern techniques and equipment. An inhalant gas anesthesia is used during surgery.
Surgeries are performed using sterile technique and your pet is continuously monitored using EKG and respiratory monitors. Additionally, a veterinary technician is present to monitor the anesthesia level and to assist the doctor during the surgery.

Prior to surgery all patients are given an examination by the veterinarian to be sure that they are healthy enough for the surgical procedure. We also recommend a pre-surgical screening that includes x-rays and blood work prior to anesthetic induction. These tests enable the veterinarian to further assess each cat’s general health and also to evaluate kidney and liver function prior to anesthesia.
All surgeries, except for emergency surgeries, should be scheduled in advance. Surgeries are performed weekdays between 1 and 3 pm. Pets should be dropped off between 9am and 10am on the day of their surgery unless otherwise specified. All patients must be current on their vaccinations and free of fleas before they are admitted into the hospital. At the time you schedule your pet’s surgery you will be given pre-surgical instructions. Upon discharge you will receive post-operative care information.
Prerequisites - For your cat's protection, Cat Clinic of Pensacola accepts as surgical patients only those cats current on Rabies, and Distemper/Respiratory Vaccinations. Any cats harboring fleas will be treated so as to prevent the sharing of their little friends with other patients.

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