We are located on the southwest corner of Star Ranch Road & Highway 115.


3625 Star Ranch Road

Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Phone: (719) 575-0007

Fax: (719) 579-9696

Email: cattailsvet3625@aol.com   

            


  
                    
Client Reviews:

"...You care for our kitties like they are your own, and I believe this level of dedication and love is rare and precious to us..."  -Robin

"I've never experienced a friendlier and more genuinely caring environment."  - Julie


"Simply the best! No better vets and staff for cats in Colorado Springs!"  -Joan


                                           

                                             CatTails Ambassadors
                                          Phoebe, Cricket, & Snow


Phoebe is our first clinic cat that we rescued.  She was found by a previous CVT in Peyton.  She was around a year old, and we suspected that she had a litter of kittens.  Her coat was brown because she was badly malnourished.  Phoebe is very healthy now, and she was helped to raise several stray kittens we have had throughout the years.  Now she spends most of her time at the front desk, and occasionally you can find her in the window, basking in the sun.  She often gives high fives, and she enjoys sneaking Snow's food too!



Cricket was a kitten when she came to us with a broken leg from the Humane Society.  We corrected her broken leg with surgery, and then she was put up for adoption.  She was even on the local news in search of a new home! Cricket was adopted out, but unfortunately her new kitty sibling wasn't fond of her.  The owner brought her back to us, and she has stayed with us since.  She became great friends with Phoebe and Lydia, and enjoys watching the birds and mice at the front window.  Her favorite past time though, is treat time!



Snow came to us from Happy Cats Haven, after his owner developed Alzheimer's. He had a few medical problems, including chronic ear infections, was underweight, and needed extensive dental work.  Since Snow has lived with us, he has gained weight, his coat is no longer matted, and he is the friendliest gentleman you will ever meet! His chronic ear infections have left him deaf, and with a head tilt, but it doesn't stop him from greeting our clients and patients!  Snow enjoys playing with his favorite blue toy, greeting clients, and sleeping on the sofa