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Village Vet Cattery St Albans

Welcome to the Village Vet Cattery

Set in the countryside surrounding St Albans lies the beautiful, spacious Village Vet Cattery. We aim to provide a home away from home with kindness and care for your feline friend.

We are more than a cattery, we are a cattery run by vets and cat lovers. We will care for your cat as if it were our own, and as if they were on holiday themselves!

You have total peace of mind knowing that should your cat become ill during their stay, they will receive the best care at our Village Vet hospital right next door to the cattery.

We want you to relax, knowing that your cat will be relaxed whilst with us.

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Village Vet Cattery St Albans

It’s heart-wrenching to hear that your beloved cat has cancer. You may feel angry, confused, or otherwise emotional. You may immediately feel a sense of loss and start reminiscing about all the good times you’ve spent with your cat.

Our resident practice cat at Village Vet Southgate is undergoing chemotherapy. It's a tough time for any pet parent to go through. Ensuring a good quality of life that is free from pain is the main goal in managing cats with cancer.

Learn more about coping when cancer strikes your cat. icatcare.org/advice/cat-health/treatment-cancer-catsHello, I have a very sad post to write to you all, my colleagues thought it was right, that as my biggest fans you should be told...
For those of you that know me, I would do anything for food, but not now though, I’m not feeling like eating so much at the moment. I’ve been diagnosed with cancer and it’s not looking too good for me. I had my first dose of chemotherapy today, and I was so brave (it will take a lot more than the big C to put me off my thrive treats!) anyway I just wanted to say a huge thank you for your love, cuddles and treats you have given me over the last 4 years here. I hope I’m around a little longer to say my goodbyes to you all. We don’t know yet if I’m going to respond to the medicine and no one wants me to suffer so when the time is right I will say my goodbyes to you all. In the mean time I can still be found in my usual spot demanding love and attention!

lots of love Nellie xxx
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It’s heart-wrenching to hear that your beloved cat has cancer. You may feel angry, confused, or otherwise emotional. You may immediately feel a sense of loss and start reminiscing about all the good times you’ve spent with your cat.

Our resident practice cat at Village Vet Southgate is undergoing chemotherapy. Its a tough time for any pet parent to go through. Ensuring a good quality of life that is free from pain is the main goal in managing cats with cancer.

Learn more about coping when cancer strikes your cat. https://icatcare.org/advice/cat-health/treatment-cancer-catsImage attachment

 

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Big hugs to you, enjoy the time you have left with the ones that have shown you love & affection over the past 4 years....but never give up fighting 😘

😔😔😔😔 sorry to hear that. Keep battling xx

International Cat Care
A cat’s skin and coat can tell you a lot about its health. You can see and feel whether your cat has parasites (such as fleas and ticks) and whether it has lumps, bumps or injuries which may need attention.

Watch our new video to find out how you can help your cat to accept having its coat checked.

This video forms part of a brand new set of feline handling videos which we developed in partnership with Ceva Santé Animale. The videos detail best practice handling techniques and approaches, and are designed to reduce stress for cats and improve safety in vet clinics, and also to help build a bond between owners and cats at home.

To view all of the owner videos, please visit: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLp5A851vjwHCQ0eX1uRmorRsFVmSEPkEB

To find out more about the videos, visit: icatcare.org/advice/cat-handling-videos
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Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 10:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 10:00am to 12:00pm
Bank Holidays CLOSED

Collection and drop off outside of these times can be made with prior arrangement with the cattery from our Village Vet surgery reception.