I visited the Cat Hospital of Mississauga on Sept 8, 2012 with our kitten who had been sick but was now better. My concerns were heard and considered and everything was great. I trust and recommend the Cat Hospital.
Excellent Vet, specializing in Cats, I have a 17 year old cat I took here to the Mississauga Cat hospital after going to vet for months and no results, she was breathing very heavy and we didn't know why, after an ultrasound, and X-ray, we found out that she had alot of fluid in her lungs, due to the fact that her thyroid, and heart where in very very bad shape, and they were suprised she'd gone this long. Now my cat is sitting beside me in excellent condition and is breathing normally. It's is thanks to the professionals at the Cat hospital, that my cat is still alive.
Me and my Keacha are very greatful.
Today is Dec 5th 2008, we needed some insulin for our cat. Called the Cat Hospital only to find they were closed for renovations. Called the emegency number provided, they would not dispense without examining the cat, eventhough they are provided as the backup for the vet we use. Began searching for a vet clinic that would dispense some insulin, most were not willing without an examination of our cat. Then we found a few that were willing to dispense, all they needed was a confirmatory call from the vet - Jean Clark. There was no way to track the vet down. We are stuck having to proceed with an examination of the cat, by another vet, at a much bigger expense than a simple insulin purchase. Our responsibility to manage our insulin inventory, one could argue, but notice of closures from the vet, and a back up supply source for such emergency needs would have spared us a lot of anxiety. I guess we will have to make sure our new vet, the one now examining the cat, has such back up mechanisms in place. Note this is the second time this has happened to us. This is the second time this has happened to us.