Manchester Cat Clinic

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Manchester Cat Clinic

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  • Small Animals
  • Cat only
567 Wilmslow Road, Withington, Greater Manchester, M20 3QH

About us

Manchester Cat Clinic is a new, independent, feline-only veterinary practice.

Having taken over and fully renovated the oldest veterinary surgery in Manchester (567 Wilmslow Road, between Withington & Didsbury Village), in May 2023 we opened our family-run, cat-only vets. You can now register your cat and book appointments with our friendly, experienced vets and veterinary nurses. When you meet us, you'll understand why we got over 100 5* reviews in our first 3 months!

We love cats and want them to live the happiest, most comfortable lives we can give them. We have created a vet practice where cats and their owners can feel relaxed and confident in a warm, calm environment. We're really excited to be realising our dream of owning an independent cat-only practice and proud to be part of a new generation of vets bringing practice ownership back into local hands.

From the minute you walk through the door you'll see that we're quite different, but there are lots that go on behind the scenes that make us special too. We're one of the few practices in Greater Manchester with Gold Cat-Friendly Clinic accreditation and we have carefully invested in some fantastic cat-specific equipment that enables us to work to an exceptionally high standard while keeping our prices competitive with other local vets. Our dental facilities in particular are second to none, and our in-house lab, imaging facilities, and visiting specialists mean that we can treat many conditions in-house without needing to refer our patients elsewhere.

Our Healthy Cat Plan not only helps our clients save money on their cats' routine preventative care such as vaccines, flea and worming, but also includes all of the important CatCareforLife health screening as their cat gets older. We're regularly picking up conditions such as kidney disease and high blood pressure that would have otherwise been missed, and treating these conditions before symptoms develop means that our cats can live healthier, longer, and most importantly happier lives.

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