Ann Arbor’s First “Cats Only” Clinic
The Ann Arbor Cat Clinic first opened its doors in 1987 with two exam rooms, a small reception area, 12 holding kennels and one full-time employee. Founded by co-owners Dr. Linda Griebe and Dr. Tina Kaufeld, Ann Arbor Cat Clinic was the first “cats only” animal hospital in Washtenaw County. We have grown to be a full-service veterinary hospital limited to felines, though we are equally known and recognized for our efforts as an Adoption and Fostering resource for cats.
Over the years, we have found homes for over a thousand cats (we’ll be adding a cat “yearbook” with photos of the adopted cats soon!).
You may browse through profiles of our adoptable cats on our blog.
The Cat Clinic currently has one permanent feline resident, Bitty Bear. You can learn about him and some of our past residents at our “House Cats” page.
We specialize in preventative health care by offering routine surgery including spays, neuters, and declaws; dental care; and behavioral consultations. In addition, we offer grooming & boarding services for our clients, specialty diets, nutritional supplements, flea and heartworm preventatives, cat toys, and gift items for cats and their companions.
The Ann Arbor Cat Clinic is accredited by AAHA, the American Animal Hospital Association.
We, at the Ann Arbor Cat Clinic, are dedicated to the care, treatment, and adoption of cats.
To strive to provide the best and most thorough comprehensive care specifically designed to meet the particular needs of your cat.