Dr. Shawn Verbrick and The Cat Clinic staff are dedicated to providing your cat(s) with the very best care and services available in the field of feline veterinary medicine.
Our caring and compassionate staff and state-of-the-art facilities are readily available for all your feline pet care needs, including diagnostics, surgery, vaccinations,and boarding services. We provide exceptional care for special needs and geriatric cats.
The Cat Clinic • Columbia
4600 Trenholm Rd. Columbia, SC, 29206
P: 803-787-2445 • F: 803-787-9065
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