At the Oxford Cat Clinic we are dedicated to gentle, compassionate veterinary care for your feline friends.
We believe that good feline medicine takes time, which is why we spend at least 20 minutes with you and your cat at every consultation.
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PANCYTOPAENIA ALERT in CATS
A link between a recent spike in cases of this serious disease and a potential link with certain diets is being investigated by the RVC. Go to our Blog for more details on which diets, advice on whether you should be concerned and what you should do to check
We have built a team of dedicated feline veterinary surgeons and nurses who work together to provide the highest quality surgical and medical care for cats.
The Oxford Cat Clinic was established in 2006 by Caroline Blundell, and Martha Cannon, two veterinary surgeons with a passion for cats. Their aim is to allow cats and their owners to know that they are at the heart of their medical practice.
In addition to the two Directors, the Oxford Cat Clinic has a team of friendly and knowledgeable veterinary professionals who are on site to help answer owners' queries.
If you’re looking for a veterinary surgery that maintains established morals and principles whilst providing the best in veterinary treatment and care, The Oxford Cat Clinic has it all.
You can be sure your cat is in the best possible hands with us, whether they’re in for a quick check-up or a surgical procedure and overnight stay.
Whatever your cat needs, and whatever time they need it, we’re here to help them. We offer a range of services and treatments, including routine procedures like vaccinations, worming and neutering surgery. If your furry friend falls ill in the middle of the night, we also have an emergency service at Medivet Woodstock which is accessible to you at any time. There’s very few cat issues we haven’t dealt with in the past and our extensive surgical facilities and equipment allow us to provide the most effective treatment for your cat.
Caroline and Martha have a life-long love of cats and have spent a number of years specialising in their treatment and care. Their professional relationship began when working together at the "feline centre" in the University of Bristol department of veterinary medicine. Both vets have extra qualifications in small animal medicine, and Martha is an accredited RCVS specialist in feline medicine. Both vets are regularly asked to write about or deliver talks on the subject of cats.
8:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Monday to Friday
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
78A Westway, Botley,
Oxford, OX2 9JU
Tel: 01865 243000
24 Cherwell Drive, Marston,
Oxford, OX3 0LY
Tel: 01865 950700
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Monday to Friday
Saturday - CLOSED
Sunday - CLOSED
NB: We operate a weekend service from our Botley Clinic