Dr. Jeffrey Kaplan
Metro Cat Hospital is a full service feline veterinary hospital, exclusively for cats which has served the communities of Brookline, Brighton, Allston, Kenmore and Jamaica Plain for over 20 years. Our Specialty Veterinary Hospital provides top quality medical services, cat boarding, wellness exams, preventative care including vaccines, diagnostic services, spays, neuters, dental procedures, and advanced specialty services.
Our Medical Director, Dr. Jeffrey Kaplan, is a graduate of Cornell University & Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. He is an active member of AAFP, MVMA, AVMA, & AAHA. Dr. Josh Gidlewski is a traveling specialist who offers abdominal and cardiac ultrasounds for our patients. He received his DVM degree from the University of Georgia in 2001 and became a Diplomate of ACVIM/Cardiology in 2004. Dr. David Abdinoor, is a VMD who performs orthopedic & varied other surgeries for us. As a veterinary...See More
Full medical, surgical and dental services
Laboratory, diagnostic and pharmaceutical services
Preventative veterinary care
Metro Cat Hospital has a well-educated, friendly cat-loving group of people making up our client service and medical teams. Everyone of us is committed to the highest standard of care both medically and in customer service. We want you and your cat(s) to feel recognized and welcomed each and every time you phone into our clinic or walk through our door. We strive as a medical team to provide excellence of care and to give you peace of mind and confidence that we are giving you and your cat(s) our best effort at all levels at all times.
Dr. David Abdinoor has been one of our surgeons for 20 years. He has performed orthopedic surgeries and a variety of other procedures and surgeries...Read Full Biography
Dr. Alice Rose-McDonald, Associate Veterinarian, is a 2004 graduate of University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. She has more than 5...Read Full Biography
2 OUT OF 3 PETS
have some form of periodontal disease
Help keep your cat’s smile healthy with routine professional
dental cleanings and at-home care.
act my age!
Cats are considered senior at age 7, which means, just like us,
they need preventive healthcare that meets the needs of their age.