Welcome to the Aurora Cat Clinic

The Doctors and staff of Aurora Cat Clinic welcome you to our growing list of satisfied clients. We appreciate this opportunity to serve you and your cat. Our mission is to provide high quality medical and surgical care for your cat at prices which you can afford. to achieve our mission, we want to become as familiar as possible with you and your cat.  If you ever have any suggestions or questions about any of our services, policies or fees, we will be happy to discuss them with you. 

Our Message & Mission Statement

Our dedicated approach focuses on the total health of each indiviudual cat. Our strong belief in client education enables us to provide the best medical and surgical care within the emotional and financial capabilities of each individual client.

Auora Cat Clinic is a full service cat hospital dedicated to cats only in a quiet, comfortable environment, with no barking dogs, and cats just LOVE that! We offer the following services for all of our feline patients: Medicine. Surgery. Dentistry. X-rays. Diognostics.Prescription foods. Boarding


  • Physical Exams for kittens, mature, and geriatric cats
  • Vaccinations necessary for kittens, mature and geriatric cats
  • Fecal checks, parasite prevention and treatment
  • Flea, tick and Heartworm prevention and treatment
  • Extensive labatory testing (inhouse and outside lab) -Blood tests, radiographs, blood pressure, urine analysis, ultra-sound, biopsy and histopathology, senior profile
  • General internal medicine
  • General surgical care -Low cost spay/neuter, declawing, soft tissue surgery and orthopedic surgery.
  • Dentisry: ultrasound cleaning, polishing, extractions, and oral surgery.
  • Pain managment
  • nutritional advise, Microchipping and behavorial counciling
  • Boarding


Having and maintaining white teeth can be very important for how we appear to others and just for our overall satisfaction with our appearance. With that in mind, there are several things you can do to help give you a bright smile, as well as keep it. At the same time, there are also things you’ll want to avoid in order to keep yourself from losing your white smile.

The things you eat...

Post date: Friday, August 28, 2015 - 15:39

There are many types of parasites that are found in the GI tract of cats and dogs. Worms such as roundworms, whipworms, and hookworms are very common in almost all parts of the world. These parasites shed their infective eggs in the pet's stool and contaminate the environment; some eggs can live on yards or fields for years. The eggs are ingested by the pet and the life cycle is completed when...

Post date: Friday, August 22, 2014 - 17:49

“Age is not a disease.” Older or senior cats go through many of the same health changes as people do, e.g., weight loss or gain, change in appetite and behavior, inappropriate elimination, decrease in vision or hearing, hair loss, persistent coughing or gagging, joint pain, and blood circulatory changes. Alert your veterinarian to these or other changes in your cat’s health.The gradual onset...

Post date: Friday, August 22, 2014 - 17:48