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Welcome to Meadows Cat Hospital

Call us at 425-392-8770

Thorough Compassionate Veterinary care for your cat.

We provide comprehensive, life-long veterinary care for your feline family members. We offer high-quality medical care and exceptional customer service in an intimate, family-oriented and family-owned setting. Meadows Cat Hospital has been proudly serving Issaquah, Bellevue, Sammamish and the greater Eastside since 1990. We pride ourselves in a quality (not quantity) approach to feline medicine and offering exceptionally-short wait times to our clients and patients.

"We truly treat your cat as one of our own."


Dr. Jason Laramore, DVM
Issaquah Veterinarian | Meadows Cat Hospital | 425-392-8770

1480 NW Gilman Blvd. Suite 6
Issaquah, WA 98027

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

11:00 AM-7:30 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Staff

  • Dr.
    Jason Laramore

    Dr. Laramore (a Washington native) graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Western Washington University and later a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2002. He has been practicing in veterinary medicine for over 14 years and has specialized in feline wellness for over 9 years. By focusing only on feline health, he is able to provide the utmost in modern medical care to your furry companion. When not at the hospital, he is the around-the-clock veterinarian for his two beloved cats "Zu Zu" and "Cheeto". When you meet Dr. Laramore ask him about his past aspirations of being a jet fighter pilot.

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Testimonials

  • "Over the years I've taken my cats to many places for their healthcare, and never really found a place that I felt comfortable with, until now. I am so grateful to have found Dr. Laramore and his staff. They are a special group of people and I thank them so much for all they have done."
    Mark - www.insiderpages.com
  • "The people at Meadows Cat Hospital are wonderful. My appointments for my cat seem to be last minute and they have always been able to get me in that day. Dr. Jason Laramore is so gentle with her, and the assistants are just as compassionate. I appreciate the time he takes with me and my questions. I always feel my cat is well-cared for here."
    Jenness K. - www.insiderpages.com

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