Cat Doctors, Exclusive Full-Service Feline Veterinary Facility in Tampa, Florida

No Dogs Allowed!

3221 W. Azeele Street, Tampa, FL 33609 813.877.6369

  • Senior Care

    Senior cats, especially in the Sunshine State, deserve a long and fun life.  With a team approach and early detection, we can help your cat enjoy their Golden Years!
    http://www.tampabayvets.net/news/senior-pet-care-pets-change-age/
  • A Mobile App For Your Cat!

    Stay on top of your cat’s health with our New Mobile App! View appointments, healthcare reminders, refill prescriptions, request appointments and more!
    http://www.tampabayvets.net/news/a-new-mobile-app-for-your-pet/
  • Buyer Beware!

    “Discount pet drugs -  no prescription required” may appeal to cat owners surfing the Web, but FDA experts say it can be risky to buy drugs from sites that tout this message and others like it.
    http://www.tampabayvets.net/news/purchasing-pet-drugs-online-buyer-beware/
  • We are a Cat Friendly practice.

    A Cat Friendly Practice creates a safe, low-stress atmosphere for feline patients, while providing the highest quality of care. More info.
    http://catdoctors.info/news/cat-deserve-cat-friendly-practice/

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Individual Care

Not all cats are the same. We treat them accordingly.

Free Pet Taxi!

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$35 off Cat Dental Cleaning!

Dental care of cats is one of the most overlooked areas of pet health care. Has the veterinarian recommended that your cat get their teeth cleaned? Schedule the procedure within 30 days to receive $35 off! Regular professional cleaning is … Continue reading

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