Why a fish?   The fish in our logo honors the natural heritage and beauty of the Issquah Alps and downtown Issaquah.  We are located one block from the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery - the most-visited hatchery in the State of Washington - and we have supported FISH - the Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery - since it's inception.
"Expert, professional, and caring service"
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"Excellent, compassionate and knowledgable"
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"Dr. Hill and his staff have a special way with cats. Dr. Hill truly loves, admires, respects and cares for cats, and his staff do as well."
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"Customer service is alive and well...
...the staff at The Cat Clinic deserve recognition for their efforts on behalf of their feline patients, and for the education they provide...

The clinic staff members are like friends providing me a safety net and camaraderie."

Letter to the editor, Issaquah Press, April 24, 2012
Cat Clinic of Issaquah has been providing Veterinary care and  boarding services for cats only since 1989. We are open Monday through Saturday to serve the cats and cat owners of  Issaquah, Sammamish, the Snoqualmie Valley, and the Greater Seattle and Eastside area. We strive to earn the trust of our patients and their owners through professional, personal, compassionate care. 

We are located in downtown Issaquah just south of the Front Street Market on the east side of Front Street, with easy access from I-90 both east and west bound, and from the south via the Issaquah-Hobart road.

We're open on weekdays from 8 AM until 6 PM weekdays and from 9 to 2 on Saturdays. We're also available for early drop-offs between 7:30 and 8:00 AM weekdays.

Here is a brief summary of some of the other pages on our website:
Less-stress Vet visits suggests ways to reduce the stress associated with bringing cats in to see the Vet.
Food management addresses some common dilemmas in feeding cats like how to keep one cat from eating the other's food, and what to do if the cat is waking you up early in the morning for food.
How-to links offers videos and texts on how to trim toe nails, give oral medications,  Subcutaneous fluids, and Insulin injections to cats.
Symptoms - links  provides you with videos to help you recognize general symptoms of respiratory and digestive system conditions.
Housesoiling is a page about why cats may not be using the litter box and what you can do about it.