Feline-Only Animal Hospital in Montgomery County
Serving Germantown, Clarksburg, Gaithersburg, and Surrounding Areas in MD
Gentle, Compassionate Care for Cats & Their Families
A Cat Clinic:
A Cat Clinic has been serving the Germantown MD area, providing veterinary services to cats, since 1986. We moved one mile west of Route 118 to our current location in 2005. A Cat Clinic was the first veterinary hospital in Montgomery County for cats only.
- Voted “Best Veterinarian” in Montgomery County, Gazette Newspaper
- Highest rating for quality, Washington Checkbook Magazine 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
- As featured in Angie’s List
- Cat-Friendly Practice, Gold Level – AAFP
- Feline-Specialty Board Certification, ABVP
- Caring for cats in Montgomery County communities including Clarksburg, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Kentlands and Rockville for 30 years.
Many of our clients say it best:
“We love the cats-only, friendly, caring atmosphere, and the full range of services provided by A Cat Clinic.” E.S.
“Dr. Rubenstein believed in my kitty’s ability to live a happy, normal life even when my previous vet had given up and had the skill to improve my kitty’s health beyond my wildest expectations.” M.K.
“I highly recommend this caring, compassionate clinic who specializes in cats. They are the best!” C.B.
Happy Birthday, A Cat Clinic!
A Cat Clinic will be celebrating our 30th Anniversary with an Open House on Saturday, June 11 from 2-4pm. Come join us for the festivities! Check our ACC in the Community page for more information, or contact us at 301-540-7770 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your cat has an intestinal problem that is being treated with a medication called “Chlorambucil“or “Leukeran“®, we have found a less expensive source from a different compounding pharmacy. Please call us at 301-540-7770 for more information before refilling your prescription at your usual compounding pharmacy.
Spring is here!
As the days get longer and warmer, it’s time to think about making sure your cat is fully protected against heartworm disease. Even if your cat does not go outside, he or she is at risk! Feline heartworm disease is potentially fatal and cannot be treated in cats once infected. For more information, see our blog post “Those buzzing mosquitoes are not just annoying! Feline heartworm Disease“. Call us at 301-540-7770 or email email@example.com to discuss options for heartworm prevention for your cat.
To honor our beloved hospital cat, Aurora, who recently lost her battle with kidney and heart disease, we have set up Aurora’s Angels Fund. This is a non-profit fund that will be used to provide care here at A Cat Clinic for cats in need. Read our blog post for more details, and please consider making a donation to our fund through the Veterinary Care Foundation. Help us help cats in need!
A Cat Clinic Receives Highest Rating for Quality
The Fall 2015/Winter 2016 issue of Washington Consumers’ CHECKBOOK, available at www.checkbook.org, includes comprehensive ratings of quality, company-by-company price comparisons, and advice on service providers and retailers in the Washington metro area. Once again, A Cat Clinic is proud to have received the highest rating for Quality among area veterinarians. Thanks to all our wonderful clients and feline patients who enabled us to receive such an honor. Check it out today!