PERTH'S FIRST EXCLUSIVELY CAT ONLY VET HOSPITAL

We provide high quality and compassionate care for the unique needs of your special feline.

OPENING HOURS

Monday to Friday: 7.30am - 6pm
Saturday: 8am - 2pm
Closed Sundays and Public Holidays
FREE ONSITE PARKING

WHY CHOOSE CAT ONLY?

Our specially designed cat-only hospital has a quiet and calm environment with no noises or smells of dogs. This means your loved feline will experience less stress and will heal and recover more quickly. In fact most cats will actually enjoy their visit.

OUR LOCATION

52 Oxford Close,
West Leederville
Western Australia 6007
Phone: (08) 6489 2222

Dr Martine van Boeijen

The Benefits of a Cat Only Vet Hospital

Perth Cat Hospital understands that cats and their owners can become very nervous about a trip to the vets, so we have done everything we can to ensure your kitty’s health-care visit is as calm and relaxed as possible. Everything in our hospital has been specifically designed for cats. As soon as you walk in our front doors you, and more importantly your cat will feel the difference that a feline-only vet makes.

  • A waiting room that is quiet and peaceful
  • There are no sights, sounds or smells of dogs
  • Vets with further qualifications in feline medicine
  • State-of-the-art facility designed specifically for cats
  • Accredited Gold Standard ISFM Cat Friendly Clinic
  • Custom designed hospital wards with separate recovery and isolation
  • Boutique style accommodation allowing cats to perch, play and relax
  • Specialised medical equipment just for cats
  • All our staff love cats!

OUR DOCTORS

Dr. Martine van Boeijen

Principal Veterinarian BSc BVMS (hons) MANZCVS (Feline Medicine)

Dr Martine van Boeijen has been strongly focused on feline medicine for most of her career. She attained Membership with the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists by examination in Feline Medicine in 2010 and is also a member of the ISFM Academy of Feline Practitioners.

Dr. Niquet Reid

Associate Vet BSc BVMS

Dr Niquet Reid has a love of everything feline, having spent the majority of her career caring for much-loved pet cats, as well as traveling to Africa and Asia to witness “big” cats in the wild. Dr Niquet is committed to all aspects of Feline Medicine and is particularly interested in endocrinology and dermatology.