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London Cat Clinic is a Feline Only Veterinary Clinic, with an emphasis on thoroughness, communication and compassion. We are centrally located at York St and Wortley Rd in London, Ontario and have ample parking. We welcome new patients. Feel free to drop by and meet the staff and Veterinarians Dr. Sharon Rosenberg and Dr. Maryanne Maloney!
IMPORTANT: TEMPORARY NEW LONDON CAT CLINIC POLICY & HOURS
To all our lovely clients - COVID-19 update:
** We are currently available by phone from 8 am to 6 pm Monday to Friday. Our hours physically present at the office are posted below.
We are available for select services so please call to enquire. Specifically we are available for food and med refills and for emergency/sick cat consults or video calls via telemedicine. The decision to see your cat in person will depend on the case, or we may refer you to the emergency clinic if deemed more appropriate.
** Please note, we are keeping the doors locked even when we are there. Please call ahead for all refills and concerns as we will be delivering your purchases directly to the car. Please have available a credit card for verbal/over-the-phone payments.
CURRENT HOURS AT THE CLINIC
Friday March 27th : 8 AM- 1 PM
Monday March 30th : 8 AM- 1 PM
Tuesday March 31st : 2 PM - 6 PM
Wednesday April 1st : 8 AM- 1 PM
Thursday April 2 : 2 PM- 6 PM
Friday April 3: 8 AM to 1 PM
*** If you have an emergency that should be seen right away, please contact London Regional Veterinary Clinic @ 519-432-3300 as they have staff on hand. They have changed their protocols on admittance so please call them first.
COVID-19: NEW POLICIES
Keeping all of you are healthy and safe is our priority. If you are coming in for a physical examination for your cat, please note our new policies below:
1) We have increased our cleaning protocols, especially to cover the public areas, including door handles, debit machines, chairs/tables and washrooms. As it is already ingrained for us to offer ongoing infection control, we are just ramping this up from our normal protocols.
2) We ask that if you:
3) We have instituted a hand washing protocol on arrival to the clinic, for PRIOR to your appointment or purchase and ALSO upon finishing the appointment PRIOR to paying bill. Please ask at reception if unsure and we can direct you to where you can wash your hands.
4) If at all possible, limit the number of people that come to the appointment, preferably keeping it to 1. Try to keep 3 to 6 feet between yourself and other clients/staff/pets. If we are running behind, you may prefer to wait in your car. We may ask you to keep 3 to 6 feet of distance during the appointment for history taking and perhaps waiting in reception area for the examination time, as we have very small exam rooms.
If you have any other questions prior to your appointment, please call ahead.
Dr. Sharon Rosenberg and staff of London Cat Clinic
We cater to patients with various needs:
Our cat hospital also provides ancillary services such as laboratory testing, radiology, chemotherapy, pain management, blood pressure monitoring, and referrals for ultrasound and scoping.
We provide life-stage wellness care and recommendations, with an emphasis on both kitten and senior wellness as well as weight and dental management in the middle years.
Dr. Rosenberg has over 20 years experience as a Veterinarian, and most of it is exclusively with cats, all in London, ON.
We are conveniently located in Old South, very close to the heart of Wortley Village and close to downtown and Old North and on the way home for many people from Byron and Lambeth, and only 15 minutes from Talbot Village.
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