Central Cat Hospital:
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9:00am - 7:00pm

2505-2505

Welcome to Central Cat Hospital

 

Exclusive Cat Hospital located in Aberdeen Street, Central

 

If you live in Hong Kong Island and the Central area,  Central Cat Hospital is the perfect place for your cat's care.

 

Central Cat Hospital is passionate about progressive and comprehensive veterinary care for your cat from kittenhood through the senior years.

 

Your feline’s health and well-being are essential to us, and we look forward to working with you to provide your cat with the best possible care.

 


 

We are a Fear Free Clinic with Silver Standard Criteria Hospital Award 

 


 

If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.

 

 


 

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One Of The Best Veterinary Service For Feline
Your Cat Deserves The Best in Feline Specialist      Our feline-only hospital is committed to providing superior medical care in a comfortable, quiet, stress-free environment. Our Vets specialize in Cats working as a team to provide your cat with the highest general and referral care level in the Hong Kong Central area.  New Clients and Referrals Welcome!     As your feline friend grows, they will move through six distinct stages of life: Kitten: 0-6 months Junior: 7 months - 2 years Prime: 3 - 6 years Mature: 7 - 10 years Senior: 11 - 14 years Geriatric: 15 years or above     We offer complete wellness care for the life of your cat, including vaccinations, spay & neuter, dental services, surgical services, cancer care, geriatric care, and 24 hours Hospitalization, X-Ray, UltraSound, and more. We have several resources for you to learn about taking better care of your cat.     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.    
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Feline Health Services and Consultation
At Central Cat Hospital, we specialize in the following cat health services for cats of all ages, breeds, and circumstances:     Allergy Testing: Cats commonly face several allergens that can cause a wide variety of symptoms; allergy testing can help us identify and properly treat the root cause of some issues Anaesthesia: We have the facilities, equipment, medicine, and knowledge to ensure your cat stays safe while under anaesthesia Behaviour Services: Your cat's behaviour is not genetically inherent but can be learned and unlearned with your commitment and our help Boarding: If you are going on a trip and want to make sure that your cat is well taken care of, our staff can ensure high-quality, affordable care Cancer Treatment: Our communicative, community approach to cancer treatment makes all the difference for you and your cat Cardiology: Our first-rate facilities, equipment, and professional knowledge gets to the heart of your cat's health and wellness matters Dental Care: Our knowledge and dental experience can help prevent and treat your cat's dental conditions, including periodontal disease Dermatology: Diagnosing skin conditions early is highly beneficial in treatment. However, if a skin condition has already developed, it must be addressed before it worsens. Deworming: Intestinal parasites are a danger to both your pet and family; let us ensure that your cat is protected from worms Diagnostic Imaging: Diagnostic imaging allows our veterinarians and technicians to accurately diagnose your cat's condition so that the proper treatment can be prescribed Emergency Care: We specialize in comprehensive emergency care, and our facilities are designed to address any veterinary emergency your cat may have Eye Care: Our doctors are trained to recognize feline specific eye disease and choose treatments based upon efficacy and your cat's tolerance to specific treatments Flea & Tick: We employ safe and effective flea & tick treatments for your cat's health and happiness Heartworm Prevention: We specialize in heartworm education prevention, diagnosis, and treatment for your cat Kitten Care: We help you learn to care for your kitten through education and nutritional awareness while providing the proper preventive medical treatments Laboratory: Our laboratory testing services mean faster and more accurate diagnostics and treatments for your cat. Laser Therapy: Our cold laser therapy is used to treat cats for post-operative pain, arthritis, and other inflammatory conditions. It is painless and well tolerated by all cats. Medications: When your cat requires medication, our doctors will provide the right prescription Microchip ID: Microchipping is the best way to aid in having your cat returned safely should it become lost Nutrition: We will address the specialized nutritional requirements for your cat in different life stages and to aid in the management of certain illness Pain Management: We specialize in effective and compassionate pain management for your cat regardless of age, ability, or condition Preventive Care: Our comprehensive preventive care program is the first step to ensuring that your cat has a long healthy life Semi-Annual Wellness Exams: A cornerstone of preventive care, semi-annual wellness exams help prolong life by allowing health issues to be identified and addressed early Senior Care: We understand the special needs of ageing cats. We will partner with you to provide the optimal plan for your ageing feline. Spay or Neuter: We provide a safe and painless surgical experience for your cat Surgery: Our facilities, equipment, and staff offer your cat the best option for a successful surgery and recovery Vaccinations: Our veterinarians will recommend an individualized and personalized vaccination protocol based on your cat's needs     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.    
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Kitten Care
  Having a new kitten is an extraordinary experience with lots of joy.   Kitten care does involve some amount of hands-on attention from human family members. The focus of kitten care is on acclimating the kitten to its new family and providing for the kitten's physical well-being to support healthy development.    Remember that proper kitten care also requires examining a cat-friendly veterinarian, kitten vaccinations, deworming, and other forms of care that support development throughout the various kittenhood phases.     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.       If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.      
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Senior Cat Care
  Caring For Mature, Senior, And Geriatric Cat   For cats, any changes in their behavior or habits can be a sign of illness. Because signs of illness in cats can be so subtle, even the most astute owner may miss some of these changes, especially when the onset is gradual. For this reason, it is essential to bring your cat to your veterinarian for an annual check-up until 8 years of age and then semi-annually after 8.   Senior cat veterinary appointments are to identify illnesses that may be in an early stage and set up a plan for treatment and management of any symptoms that may be causing discomfort.   Many illnesses can be managed with diet, and sometimes medications may significantly improve your cat's wellbeing. Through the partnership of the cat owner and vet, we can best address and manage senior cat issues for the best outcome.   A typical wellness visit for senior cats includes checking: A thorough review of habits and behaviors Weight and Body Condition Skin and Coat Quality Mouth, Gums, and Teeth Ears and Eyes Thyroid Gland Heart and Circulatory System Lungs and Nose Abdomen Joints and Muscles Any condition changes since the last visit     Additionally, wellness visits for senior cats can also include vaccinations, parasite prevention, and treatment for any specific conditions that your senior cat may be developing.     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.                
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Dental Care for Feline
Dental disease is a reality for most cats By age four, many cats have significant gingivitis and many also have periodontal disease. It is a slow progressing but serious disease that causes pain and affects overall health and wellbeing. Cats will not show signs of oral discomfort. Because the pain associated with dental problems comes on slowly over time, they simply learn to live with it. That is why it is important that all cats see a veterinarian annually to assess their oral health.   Common Cat Dental Problems Plaque build-up Gingivitis Periodontal disease Tooth loss Mouth sores and ulcers Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions (FORL)   Schedule A Cat Dental Care Appointment Scheduling a cat dental care appointment please call 2505-2505. Our staff is here to help and comfort your feline friend as possible.      
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Diagnostic Imaging For Felines
  Veterinary diagnostic imaging includes radiographs (x-rays), ultrasound, endoscopy, and CT scans, all of which are used as diagnostic tools to collect information on your cat.       The Four types of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging our veterinarians may utilize to assist in the diagnosis of your cat's condition are: X-Rays Ultrasounds Endoscopy CT Scans     CT scans are computer enhanced cat x-ray procedures most often used to evaluate complex parts of the body, such as the head, chest, joints, and internal organs. CT scans show different levels of tissue density and produce more detailed images than x-rays. Unlike MRI's, CT scans for cats do not use magnetic field waves, so they cannot compare changes in fluid levels due to inflammation or bleeding. Therefore, CT scans for cats are used when an MRI is considered unnecessary, but a traditional x-ray is inconclusive or insufficient.     CT scans for cats usually proceed as follows: Cats must be sedated for this procedure because they cannot be restrained by humans and must remain still during the procedure. The cat is placed on a motorized bed inside of a CT scanner, a machine that takes a series of x-rays from various angles* When one series, or scan, is completed, the bed moves forward, and another scan is taken. A computer uses these scans to create cross-sectional images of the body part under investigation and then display the images on a monitor (An x-ray dye may be injected intravenously to make it easier to see abnormalities) By sequentially scanning an entire body area, an organ or other structure can be imaged without invasively penetrating the body or disrupting neighboring structures.     CT scans for cats are most often used by our veterinarians to detect structural changes deep within a cat's body, including: Tumors Deep abscesses or foreign body presence Fractures     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.  
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Day Care and Hospitalisation Services
Home Alone ? When you are worried, your cat is alone at home with no one taking care of the medication and foods during your busy schedule at work. The Hong Kong Cat Hospital provides cat daycare service , Temporary care service , and Rehabilitation cares service after surgery for cats. You can make an appointment with our team and send your cat to us. The Hong Kong Cat Hospital will ensure that your cat can receive the highest quality and professional care when you are busy.     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or whatsapp us at 6828-6620 and we will promptly get back to you.    
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Cat Wellness Exam
  The Importance Of Cat Wellness Exam It is very important to have a veterinarian examine your cat at least once a year. Cats age significantly faster than humans and therefore it is imperative for cat owners to stay on top of wellness exams in order to catch any potential health problems before they begin. Most cat illnesses are much easier and less expensive to treat and cure when caught in the early stages before they progress or develop complications. Therefore, regular cat wellness exams are the cornerstone of preventive veterinary medicine. Cats are good at hiding any type of illness, by being quiet and hiding, You may not be fully aware that something is wrong since cats can be experts at hiding pain or discomfort.     As a cat owner, you should be aware of any changes in eating habits, playfulness, and general overall health. If you notice any changes in behavior, such as a change in eating habits, not greeting you the way they normally would, reluctance to jump up or move around the way they typically would… these are the subtle signs of what could be a serious health problem, and it is time to schedule a veterinary exam.     A wellness exam is a perfect time to discuss your cat’s daily habits, diet, and any problems you may have noticed The appropriate food and weight for your cat Behavioral issues Daily water consumption Your cat’s stool production, or litterbox habits The amount of activity your cat gets daily Whether or not your cat is alert and content Dental Check-Up Cats should have a thorough dental cleaning around age 4.       Your cat should be examined at least once per year. You may not be aware that the kitty is not feeling well, and it’s better to stay one step ahead of any potential medical issues. Older or geriatric cats should have a semi-annual (twice yearly) wellness exam.     Cat kidney disease a condition we see quite often. If we can catch the kidney disease early, we may be able to change their diet to control or reverse it to improve their quality of life.      If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620 and we will promptly get back to you.
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Behaviour Service for Feline
  Are You Ready To Solve Your Cat's Behaviour Problems? Imagine a more peaceful home, a happier cat, and a happier you!  Briganne Carter is a Feline Behavior Consultant, degreed in Exotic Animal Training and Management, and Animal Behavior. She is Joining our Central Cat Hospital as a team.   She began her career in 1992 in the TV/Film industry, training animals for Universal, Disney, and Nickelodeon Studios. Feeling there was more to animal life than entertainment, she began working within the education department at various zoological parks and animal rehabilitation centers around the U.S. With a household of 13 cats in 2003, Briganne devoted herself exclusively to the understanding of felines to create a harmonious home. With more understanding, Briganne hopes to further the future well-being of cats – help owners find harmony and keep them from being left on the streets and abandoned in shelters.     If you would like to schedule an appointment, call 2505-2505 or Whatsapp us at 6828-6620, and we will promptly get back to you.      
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Central Cat Hospital
G/F, 37 Aberdeen Street, Central Hong Kong, Hong Kong
9:00 - 19:00 (Mon - Sun & Public Holiday)

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