Fax: (541) 617-1825
At the Colorado Cat Clinic, Dr. Kirsten Munck and her staff have provided the highest level of care available for your feline companions since 1997. This facility is the only clinic in Central Oregon dedicated exclusively to the health and well being of cats.
Our doctor understands that your cat is special. In addition to a distinctive personality, each cat has unique requirements that can benefit from the expertise of a clinic focused on just cats. The Colorado Cat Clinic provides this care. Our services include geriatric care, internal medicine, dentistry and nutrition.
The Colorado Cat Clinic is dedicated to providing all the care and attention your cat needs to ensure a full, happy and healthy life. Our clinic is enthusiastically endorsed by our clients… and their guardians!
We are happy to offer a number of resources that enable you to learn about how to take better care of your cats. Please feel free to browse our site, particularly the informational articles located on our Veterinary Resources page. The best vet care for cats, young and old, involves optimal nutrition and early disease detection and prevention. We enable you to become knowledgeable about preventative care that is essential to the ongoing success of your cats health. If you have any questions please call (541) 318-9879 or email, we are happy to provide an estimate for any services we provide. Our office is located in NW Crossing near Summit High School and you can find directions on our Contact Us page!
Colorado Cat Clinic | (541) 318-9879
655 NW York Drive
Bend, OR 97703
After Hours Emergency: Call Bend AEC (Animal Emergency Clinic) at 541-385-9110
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