4 Seasons Cat Hospital

6926 Shannon Willow Rd
Charlotte, NC 28226
(704) 752-5120
www.4seasonscathospital.com
Contact: Moses, Nan
Business Description: "Competent minds, compassionate hearts and caring hands serving your family for the life of your cat." We are the only exclusively feline focused hospital in Charlotte. By focusing on a single species we can stay better informed on all the latest medical, surgical and behavioral medicine available to date for cats. By excluding other species, we eliminate sounds and smells that may be frightening to cats, resulting in a calm, quiet atmosphere.
In Business Since: 2007
Service Area: Our service area includes Charlotte and all surrounding areas.
On Angie's List Since: 10/29/2008
Warranties: ASK FOR DETAILS
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon 07.30 AM - 06.00 PM, Tue 07.30 AM - 04.00 PM, Wed 07.30 AM - 07.00 PM, Thu 07.30 AM - 06.00 PM, Fri 07.30 AM - 04.00 PM, Sat 05.30 PM - 06.00 PM, Sun 05.30 PM - 06.00 PM, By Appointment
Excluded Services: Though we appreciate all other species, we have limited our practice to serving only cats and their families.
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: Albemarle | Badin Lake | Belmont | Bessemer City | Blackstock | Carmel | Casar | Charlotte - Downtown | Charlotte - Uptown | Cherryville | Chester | China Grove | Cleveland | Cleveland County | Clover | Concord | Cornelius | Cotswold | Dallas | Davidson | Denver | Dilworth | Edgemoor | Elizabeth | Fort Lawn | Fort Mill | Gastonia | Gold Hill | Great Falls | Grover | Harrisburg | Heath Springs | Hickory Grove | Huntersville | Idlewild | Indian Trail | Iredell County | Kannapolis | Kershaw | Kings Mountain | Lake Wylie | Lancaster | Lancaster County | Landis | Lawndale | Lincoln County | Lincolnton | Locust | Lowell | Mallard Creek | Marshville | Matthews | Midland | Midwood | Mint Hill | Monroe | Mooresboro | Mooresville | Mount Ulla | Mt. Holly | Mt. Pleasant | Myers Park | Newell | North Charlotte | Norwood | Oakboro | Oakdale | Park Road Corridor | Paw Creek | Pineville | Piper Glen | Richburg | Richfield | Rock Hill | Rockwell | Rowan County | Salisbury | Sardis | Shelby | Spencer | Stallings | Stanfield | Stanley | Stanly County | Statesville | Steele Creek | Tega Cay | Troutman | University | Waxhaw | Weddington | Westerly Hills | Wingate | Woodleaf | York | York County | Yorkmount
 
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