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6130 East Central, Suite 100, Wichita, Kansas 67208    W | 316.686.CATS (2287)   F | 316.686.2380
Quick Facts
  • In 2013, the Cat Hospital of Wichita became a certified Cat Friendly Practice.  This means that we have been approved by the American Association of Feline Practitioners as a practice that has taken extra steps to assure that your cat is cared for with respectfully and with as little stress as possible.  Our staff has had additional training in understanding cat behavior and techniques for cat friendly handling.  Visit www.catvets.com for more information on this program.
  • In 2008, the Cat Hospital of Wichita moved to our new location at 6130 East Central!  This is just west of our previous location. 
  •  Dr. Jones graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 and has practiced in the Wichita area since that time.  She has focused exclusively on cats since 1998.
  • Dr. Guengerich came to the Cat Hospital of Wichita in July 2013.  Her knowledge and skills have been a great addition to our hospital.
  • The Cat Hospital of Wichita is the only feline-exclusive veterinary care facility in the area.  Most veterinarians spend up to 75% of their time with dogs.  At the Cat Hospital of Wichita, our focus is only on cats!
  • Drop-Off service, for those on a tight schedule, is available at the Cat Hospital of Wichita.  Leave your cat with us on your way to the office and pick up on your way home.  We will take care of all the details while you are at work.
  • Emergencies will be seen at any time during regular hours.  The Cat Hospital of Wichita is open until 7:30 on Thursday evenings and from 9:00 to 1:00 on Saturday so that we can better serve you.
  • Dr. Jones founded a program in Wichita called Pets in Crisis that helps victims of domestic abuse.  Pets in Crisis is a free-of-charge fostering service that cares for the pets of victims of domestic violence.  While the woman is staying at the Women's Shelter, we keep their pets out of harms way.
  • Dr. Jones received the Cooper-McKee Volunteer of the Year Award in 2005 as a result of forming Pets in Crisis and received a certificate of Appreciation in 2004 from the Wichita Police Department for her help with acquiring equipment for Wichita Police Dogs.  She was also nominated in 2007 for the Best Veterinarian in America.
  • Dr. Jones and her brother, who is an author living in San Francisco, have written a book about humorous things that happen at veterinary clinics.  The book, titled Crazy Cat People,  is written from the viewpoint of Siam, our former clinic cat.