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Island Cats Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital, exclusively for feline patients. Our state-of-the-art facility has been serving cats and their people since 1996. In the heart of the Mercer Island business district, Island Cats is owned and operated by Gary A. Marshall, DVM.
Our services range from routine wellness exams to preventative dentistry and complex surgeries. We also offer a quiet, feline-only boarding facility, and a nutrition center. We support your cat's health by offering comprehensive care in a comfortable setting using an advanced team approach to medicine.
We believe in the significance of the human-animal bond and diligently seek to provide our feline patients with high quality medical, behavioral, and surgical treatment in a humane and caring environment. We will work to establish and maintain a fair, honest, and respectful relationship with our clients, and provide service that will meet and exceed our clients' expectations.
We will consistently and regularly upgrade and improve our skills because we recognize that new information and techniques are becoming available at a very rapid pace that may improve both patient and client care.
We understand the unique psychological and physical characteristics of cats and we strive to maintain an environment focused on minimizing stress and illness in our feline patients.
We acknowledge God's creation of all living things and that He has called us to be responsible for the well-being of animals. We will seek to honor Him through our interactions with them.
At Island Cats Veterinary Hospital, we treat your cats like valued family members.
Dr. Gary Marshall
Island Cats Veterinary Hospital | 206-232-2837
3024 78th Ave SE
Mercer Island, WA 98040
Dr. Marshall has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years.
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