London Cat Clinic

6 Stanley St
London, ON N6C 1A8


London Cat Clinic - Feline Veterinarian serving London, Strathroy, St. Thomas and Dorchester, ON. - Welcome to our site! London Cat Clinic London On is a Cat Friendly Practice

Welcome to our website! 

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!

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** Hours we are currently available both at the clinic and on the phone:

 8 am to 1 pm & 2 pm to 6 pm Monday to Friday.  
We will be closed for lunch between 1 and 2 pm.

We are now open for routine appointments ... BUT ... it is still not Business As Usual: we are now able to offer regular appointments

  • We are open for all routine and non-routine appointments.
  • We will still be using the drop off scenario you have become accustomed to - but now, it will be into our vestibule
  • We would ask you to then wait in the car, or proceed home if you prefer and await our call.  We may be calling you from a cell phone with no number visible.
  • All touch surfaces will be wiped between appointments and thus we will be booking appointments spaced out a bit more than usual
  • We may also admit cases, for a short time, that require diagnostics or treatments, in order to facilitate physical distancing between staff and also patients


Please call if you have a concern outside of these hours, between 8 am and 6 pm Monday to Friday as we can often book in extended times for emergencies.  After hours still is at our local Veterinary Emergency Clinic at 519-432-3300.

Call   519-439-0373   to arrange

Monday 9 AM to 12 PM 2 PM to 5 PM
Tuesday 9 AM to 12 PM 2 PM to 5 PM
Wednesday  9 AM to 12 PM
Thursday 9 AM to 12 PM  2 PM to 5 PM
Friday 9 AM to 12 PM  2 PM to 5 PM


1)    Telemedicine:

  • For Telemedicine:  once we have set up your appointment time, please click below to go to your Telemedicine Conference.  
  • Please sign in with your name and you will be admitted into the "waiting room"

Click Here for Telemedicine Conference

2)    Clinic Appointments:

  •  If we have arranged an appointment in the clinic, please proceed to the clinic for your appointed time.
  •  Please call upon your arrival to ensure we are ready for you, and then you can proceed to place your carrier in the vestibule
  •  We are now admitting patients from our vestibule and will be wiping all touch surfaces and floor down between patients.
  •  Please have available a cell phone for history and consents and a credit card for verbal/over-the-phone payments, or if you prefer, we have E transfer or email invoice options.

3)     All In Person Clinic Visits: 

       ** Please note, we are keeping the inside doors locked even when we are there. Please call ahead for all refills and appointments as we will be delivering your purchases directly TO the vestibule.  


*** If you have an emergency outside of our business hours, please contact London Regional Veterinary Emergency Clinic @ 519-432-3300.

During our business hours, if you have a true emergency, please contact us by phone.   If you have to leave a message, please continue to call until we answer as we have a very high call volume and can't guarantee a timely answer to a message.  

The Emergency clinic is currently NOT seeing any daytime cases.  


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 above.

We ask that if you:

a) are sick with any signs suggestive of COVID-19 - cough, fever, difficulty breathing.
b) have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days
c) or have been in contact with someone with signs of COVID-19 (either diagnosed or suspicious)

***that you contact our clinic before coming in and we can discuss options. These may include triaging your pet, a phone consultation rather than an examination in person, having someone else bring the cat in for you or being ready with additional PPE being used by staff.

If you have any other questions prior to your appointment, please call ahead.
Thank-you for understanding - we are trying to keep every one safe.

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 30 years experience as a Veterinarian, and most of it is exclusively with cats, all in London, ON. 

London Cat Clinic has helped cats and their families from London, as well as Strathroy, St. Thomas, Dorchester, Aylmer, Thamesford and surrounding areas. 

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.

Please feel free to browse the pages and get to know us.  We also welcome enquiries by phone, in person or by email and offer visits to see the clinic, meet the staff and tour the boarding areas.

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