We Love Cats

The way they knock your things off the bench, drink from your water glass, and the way they stretch out their toe beans. These and many other reasons are why we are dedicated to everything feline. From kittens to seniors, we cater to their every health need, every step of the way.

Feline Health Check

Feline Health checks

We can carry out health checks on new kittens, adult cats or older feline friends

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General Surgery and Microchipping

General Surgery

Full surgical suite enabling our vets to perform routine desexing, general soft tissue surgery and orthopaedic surgeries…

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A full course of vaccinations are required for kittens a series of 3 in total

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We are ISFM gold-standard cat-friendly accredited

Appointment Booking information

Our appointment times are allocated for a minimum of 20 minutes to allow your cat to acclimatise to the consult room.

We have appointments available Monday to Saturday. Appointments can be made by calling 02 8384 4472 or email info@innerwestcatvet.com.au

For helpful information on bringing your cat to the vet, click here.

Gold Certification from the International Society of Feline Medicine


take pride in our unique service and are dedicated to the highest clinical standards and ethics
embrace a personalised and holistic approach to help our patients live long, healthy and happy lives
believe in open client-vet relationships based on mutual trust and respect delivering superior and consistent patient care
are committed to animal welfare, care about our environment and support our local community
Fraggle the clinic cat lying on his back

Clinic Cat / Concierge

MEET Fraggle

Fraggle was rescued as a young injured stray from the mean streets of Guildford by the RSPCA. He had sustained a ruptured eyeball and severe trauma to his remaining eye. He had a fractured leg, matted fur, skin disease and his teeth were so crooked he could not eat without biting himself.

Despite the best efforts of the RSCPA, his owners never came forward to claim him. He was adopted by Michaela, who with the help of the Eye Clinic for Animals and RSPCA vets, managed to salvage both his eyes, fix his teeth and skin, and generally nursed him back to health and happiness. He can usually be seen lounging in the sunniest spots in the front window, taunting King St doggos through the glass, or schmoozing clients in the waiting room. Come say hi sometime.