How To Book

When we make your appointment, we will give you a 2 hour window in which we will arrive. This allows for traffic and ensures that each patient is given the amount of time and attention that they require without having to rush off to the next appointment. On the day of our visit, we’ll give you a ring when we’re on our way so you know exactly when to expect us. If however you need us to be there at a particular time (for example, you need to leave the house by 11am), let us know when you book and we’ll do our best to accommodate. If we’ve never seen your cat before, we will need to ring your previous vet to have the records transferred. This is standard practice and necessary to ensure good continuity of care for your cat.

Preparing for your cat’s appointment

red_haried_catThe day of our visit, please do your best to keep your cat indoors after breakfast (though please do NOT feed them that morning if they are due for a blood test, sedation, or operation) as you want to be able to find them easily. When we ring to say we’re on our way, simply bring your cat into an area of your house where all the doors and windows can be closed so they are not able to run out. Any room will do though dining rooms, kitchens and even bathrooms are preferred because under the bed and behind the sofa are all too appealing to the savvy cat who knows something is up! After they are safely contained in one room, go about your business as normal. If it helps, write down some of the things you’d like to discuss so we don’t miss anything.

A typical visit

  1. Once we arrive, we’ll ask you all about your cat’s recent health and have a chat about any concerns you may have while your cat says hello and gets used to our presence.
  2. We then aim to do a full physical examination on each cat whenever practical, including weight and dental checks.
  3. Following the examination, we will discuss any recommendations and perform any tests or treatments that may be necessary.
  4. After the visit, we’ll send you a health report including any treatment instructions or follow-up care. If you have any questions, just ask!