Welcome to The Cat Clinic in Cathedral City, California – The Coachella Valley’s only veterinary clinic that caters to just cats.
Dr. Rebecca Diaz is a cat-loving veterinary professional, dedicated to keeping your cats and kittens happy and healthy with top-quality care in a stress-free environment created specifically for the special needs of our feline companions.
Please call or visit The Cat Clinic today, now open at the Rio Vista Shopping Center located on Landau and Vista Chino next to Starbucks, in Cathedral City.
Many cat owners wince at the thought of bringing their cat to the veterinarian: the struggles with chasing the cat around the house, stuffing it into the carrier, then trying to block out the howling and screeching during the car ride. Some cat owners might even believe that a trip to the veterinarian just isn’t worth it. But regular checkups are crucial for cats, so it’s important for us to help you find ways to minimize the hassle. Click here to download some helpful tips when bringing your cat to the veterinarian.
February is Pet Dental Month!
Receive 25% off the procedure of dental scaling & polishing
(Additional treatment is not discounted)
Call Us To Schedule an Appointment: 760-325-3400
Visit The Cat Clinic , now open at the Rio Vista Shopping Center located on Landau and Vista Chino next to Starbucks, in Cathedral City.
We are conveniently located for pet owners living in Cathedral City, Palm Springs (PS), Palm Desert (PS), Rancho Mirage, Bermuda Dunes, Indio, North Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, Windy Point, Idyllwild, Coachella Valley, Coachella, Indian Wells, Thousand Palms, Morongo valley, Yucca Valley, Joshua Tree, 29 Palms, Salt and City, Salt and Sea, Beaumont, Banning, Cabazon, and Morongo Basin
Common feline health conditions we treat include thyroid, kidney, and liver conditions, vomiting, diarrhea, urinary diseases, dental disease, behavioral issues, diabetes, heart conditions, urinary tract infections, upper respiratory disease as well as preventative and routine care including spay and neuter, de-worming, vaccines and dental care. Please visit our Feline Health Information section to learn more about these and other conditions.