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We put cats first

The Cat Hospital of Media is a place where your cat will find compassionate, knowledgeable and experienced veterinary care. We provide exceptional customer service in a family friendly environment. When you come to the cat hospital of media your cat is family.

102 W. Baltimore Avenue, Media, PA 19063

We are located in the Borough of Media. Note that the entrance is on Olive Street. We have 2 parking spaces near the main entrance on Olive Street and 4 additional parking spots behind the building on Franklin Street.

Payment We accept all major credit cards, checks, cash and Care Credit. We work with all pet insurance plans. Payment is expected at the time services are rendered.


Hours: Monday – Friday 8am-6pm | Saturday 8am-11am | Sunday closed

* Appointments seen only Monday through Friday *


Our staff is dedicated to meeting the unique needs of every feline patient. We offer a wide range of services, including, but not limited to, Wellness and Preventative Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry, Parasite Prevention, Radiology, Pain ManagementCardiology, Pharmacy, Euthanasia and Hospice Care, and much more.

Our Boarding Facility

Leave your cat in our comfortable, air conditioned boarding facility to be cared for by our trained technicians. We have kitty condos and a playroom available. Our playroom is equipped with a Nest Cam which allows you to view and talk to your cat via any web browser on your mobile device or computer.

Local & family owned

We are a local, family owned business with an amazing team of doctors and veterinary technicians. Our team has over 35 years combined medical experience in serving cats. Our owners live in Media and you may see them walking or biking to work. We continue to exist because of our loyal customers who have been referring us to new patients for many years. Helping and serving our community is what we do.

Helpful Information

Arthritis: Creating a Comfortable Environment

Cats bring so much joy into our lives with their playful antics, head butts, and gentle purrs. However, as they age, just like humans, cats can develop conditions that affect their mobility, such as arthritis. Providing a comfortable and accessible environment for a cat with mobility issues is essential for maintaining their quality of life.

New Diabetes Mellitus Treatment for Cats

Previously, if your cat was diagnosed with diabetes mellitus (DM), the only treatment option was diet change and insulin injections. Insulin can only be given if your cat is eating well, and we need to monitor your cat’s blood sugar closely to adjust dosages and make sure they are receiving the right amount of insulin.