Riverside Cat Hospital

4632 Okemos Rd
Okemos, MI 48864

(517)347-2287

riversidecathospital.com

If you are looking for quality veterinary care in the greater Lansing, East Lansing, or Okemos, Michigan areas, we would like to invite you to come meet us!  Riverside Cat Hospital in Okemos,  MI is a full service feline veterinary hospital. Our mission is to provide individualized, quality health care to our clients, and to give every patient the focused attention that he or she deserves. 

Our clinic was designed to provide a quiet, clean, and friendly place for you and your cat.  We understand that visiting the veterinarian can be very stressful for many cats, and our goal is to make your cat's visit as easy and stress-free as possible.

 

No DescriptionRiverside Cat Hospital is not a high-volume practice.  We strive to provide detailed, individualized attention to every client who visits our practice.  We offer the most up-to-date and progressive medical recommendations for your cat, and our dedication to practice high quality medicine is evident when you visit our hospital.


Cat Friendly Practice

We are a Cat Friendly Practice! Check out what makes us different from other veterinary clinics when it comes to caring for cats. More information about the Cat Friendly Practice certification program can be found here.

Browse our website - check out the photo tour, read our newsletter archives, and visit our recommended weblinks.  Whether your cat needs wellness care, management of a chronic illness, or even boarding, we can help.  Give us a call or stop by for a tour today!

 


 

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