We’ll get your cat feline’ good and purring perfectly.

Cats make loving companions but they don’t always like to show us when they’re sick or injured. Reading cat body language and interpreting meows is an art form - one in which our vets are well practiced, being cat lovers ourselves. 

Kitten’s are susceptible to lots of nasties, so vaccinations are important. Microchipping means your pet can be returned to you should they go for a wander. When it comes time to de-sex, we ensure the operation and recovery is as smooth as possible.

We can provide regular health checks and vaccinations to prevent or pick up on disease early. Preventative care is the first step to keeping you cat well, as well as giving an opportunity to provide guidance on general care, nutrition, behaviour, dental and life-stage advice. 

If your cat does become unwell, we’re here for you too and are well prepared to diagnose and treat with our digital radiography, ultrasound, and surgical suite. Taking out pet insurance means costs don’t become a barrier. If your cat needs to stay with us we have a dedicated cattery facility and caring nurses to make them feel right at home.

Our skillful and passionate vets see the smallest new kitten to your oldest moggie - we’re here 24/7 for emergencies, and you’re welcome to book an appointment to ensure your cat is in purrfect health.


Why Veterinary Clinic Morrinsville is a great choice

We're locals

We’ve been located in the Morrinsville area for decades. It’s where we’re from and where we raise our families.

Wide network

We’re plugged into the Veterinary world and our team can call on expertise from all over the world, then deliver it locally.

Handy clinics

We’re close to you for consults, supplements, supplies...whatever you need in clinic or on farm.


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