Canberra Cat Vet

Canberra Cat VetcropCanberra Cat Vet, our sister practice, is located in Belconnen, at 16 Purdue St (parking access via Gillott St). Phone them on 6251 1444.


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    • Catoberfest at Canberra Cat Vet Oct 2, 2015
          Your personal invitation to Catoberfest at Canberra Cat Vet after work at 5.30pm on Friday 23rd October. Look behind the scenes at a veterinary practice. Check out Canberra's premier pet ambulance and a cat enclosure mock-up. Win lucky door prizes. Lots of cat-specific toys and products for you to peruse and, of course, […]
    • Photo competition Oct 1, 2015
        Our Catoberfest Photo competition opens today! Bring in to Canberra Cat Vet a hard copy of the cutest photo of your cat with your name, phone number and your cat's name on the back. YOU must have taken the photo. Prizes include a photo shoot with a professional pet photographer, 2 nights accommodation at […]
    • Are your cats friends - or foes? Sep 25, 2015
      (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); = id; js.src = "//"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Ever wondered if your cats are #FelineFriends? In a recent survey, almost half of owners with two or more cats are... Posted by Cats Protection on Monday, September 21, 2015
    • Snake bite season Sep 23, 2015
      As the weather warms up the danger of our cats finding a snake in the bush around our Canberra suburbs increases. At first the snakes are slow and easy to catch, but they are also full of venom. If your cats wander away from your yard they may find a snake and attempt to bring […]
    • Pica or what did you just eat????!!!!! Sep 22, 2015
      Pica is the abnormal appetite for non-food materials, such as wool, fabrics, cat litter, houseplants or licking concrete or stones. It can arise as a behavioural problem or can be the result of an underlying medical problem such as anaemia. Behavioural pica Behavioural pica often is a long standing problem in healthy cats or in […]

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