We are a well-established, full-service, feline veterinary hospital providing comprehensive medical, surgical and dental care. We are the only hospital in Southeastern Michigan that has a veterinarian that has been certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners as a Feline Practice Specialist.

We provide a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures through in-house testing and the use of external laboratories. The facility includes a well-stocked pharmacy, in-hospital surgery suite, in-house x-ray capabilities, a closely supervised hospitalization area, and boarding facilities.

We strive to offer not only sound advice, but also optimal veterinary care, thus allowing you the enjoyment of your feline companion for a maximum number of years. Our job is not only to treat your cat when he or she isn't feeling well, but also to help you learn how to keep your best friend happy and healthy.

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  • Michigan

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  Person Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital
  City Waterford, MI
  Zip Code 48327
  Address 6650 Highland Rd. Ste. 116
  Phone Number (248) 666-5287

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Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary facility that offers advanced medical care, including internal medicine, surgery, behavioral counseling, dentistry, and radioactive iodine treatment. The staff of Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital believes in providing each patient with gentle, compassionate medical care coupled with superior customer service. Your companion will always be given our absolute best, whether he or she is hospitalized for extended treatments or just stopping by to check a body weight.

At ECVH, we do everything we can to help cat owners and their cats enjoy a long and healthy relationship. As soon as you bring your kitten home, we recommend that you set up an appointment for a health exam and the vaccinations needed to provide protection from diseases such as rabies and distemper. It is important to make sure that your new cat is checked for viral diseases like Feline Leukemia, or parasites such as fleas before introducing him or her to any pets that you already have. We recommend that any healthy kitten who will not be bred should have a spay or neuter surgery performed after three months of age in order to prevent unwanted pregnancies. This surgery will also help prevent behavioral issues and certain cancers.

We recommend that you maintain a regular schedule of annual wellness exams with us as your kitten grows. At each appointment, we will review your cat's current diet and medications and make personalized recommendations for vaccinations and parasite preventive measures. Additionally, we discuss aspects of your cat's behavior and litterbox usage and our doctors perform a thorough physical exam including examination of your cat's skin, eyes, ears and mouth for signs of disease. A dental examination is crucial, as many cat owners are not able to provide dental care for their pets at home. Without regular routine dental cleanings (prophylaxis) , cats can suffer from loose or missing teeth, tooth abscesses and infections that could lead to serious eating problems and health disorders.

In addition to annual wellness visits, we recommend that you call us to schedule a medical visit if you ever notice any unusual behaviors or symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, poor appetite or weight loss, limping, difficulty breathing, or litter box issues such as urinating or defecating outside the box, using the litterbox frequently or vocalizing while using the litterbox. Our extensive in-house x-ray, ultrasound, video otoscopy and laboratory services allow us to efficiently and economically diagnose and treat a wide range of cat illnesses. In addition to spay and neuter surgeries, we perform other types of cat surgery including dental surgery and root canal therapy, bladder stone removal, foreign object removal, mass removals and more.

Our veterinary practice also provides geriatric cat care for senior feline companions. Ours is one of the few veterinary hospitals in eastern Michigan that can provide radioactive iodine 131 treatments. Radioactive iodine 131 treatment (also known as I131 or Radioiodine therapy) is an alternative to daily medication or surgery that effectively cures feline hyperthyroidism. While your cat recuperates from the procedure in our radioactive iodine facility, our staff will closely monitor it and provide plenty of loving attention.

If you are planning a vacation, remodeling your house or otherwise concerned that your cat needs observation or medication that you cannot provide due to your schedule, our boarding services are a great option. Your cat will have a comfortable bed, regular exercise time and lots of attention. For those cats that cannot be groomed at a regular grooming facility, our clinic also offers gentle cat grooming under anesthesia to help maintain your cat's beautiful coat.

  • I would recommend this business

Love ECats! My older kitty was recently diagnosed with diabetes, and the staff has gone above and beyond fitting us in for appointments, addressing my concerns and worries, just all around great people! Thank you!

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  • I would recommend this business

My cat has gotten the best care from Exclusively Cats! Dr. Demos and her entire staff are so kind and caring. They stayed an hour past closing to help my cat and were so very sweet about it. They really know their stuff and cared about my cat's needssmade sure she wouldn't be in pain and got us in to a specialists office first thing today to get continued care. I can't recommend this vet's office enough!

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  • I would recommend this business

I highly recommend Exclusively Cats Vet Hospital! From the caring front desk support staff to Hershey's favorite doc, Dr Demos, a positive experience is always the outcome.

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  • I would recommend this business

I have been taking my cats there for years. They were so good to our Simba and Ivy. Now we have Thor, that they will take care of. Wonderful doctors and staff.

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  • I would recommend this business

My otherwise healthy 10-year-old rescue cat, Merlin, was recently diagnosed with a serious dental issue requiring the removal of all his teeth except for the small incisors in front. While he did not appear to be in any obvious discomfort, Dr. Bailey's thorough explanation and x-ray evidence convinced me to go ahead with the procedure. I would not have believed Merlin could be any happier and engaging than he was before the surgery, but he is! Already perfectly content with "wet" cat food, he was back to his blissfully active self within a day or two. I am even more convinced that it was the best thing for Merlin. I have taken my cats to Steve Bailey since 1990 and I continue to be grateful for his expertise and the extraordinary, compassionate care he and his wonderful staff have always shown my precious furry friends.

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  • I would recommend this business

Excellent care at a very reasonable price. I feel like they care about your cats like they were their own. Highly recommend!

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  • I would recommend this business

Took my cat here for the first time today for a routine check-up and vaccinations. I've never been so impressed with a veterinary office before. My cat was very thoroughly checked over and they spent time with me going over her history, past vet records, preventative medication, and anything else I could think of. After the exam I went to pay the bill and was surprised with a gift bag from the office, including a cat nip toy that my cat hasn't stopped playing with since we got home. I will definitely be recommending Exclusively Cats to anyone looking for a vet that really cares.

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  • I would recommend this business

Fantastic office! I brought my cat here after going to my regular vet and spending a lot of money for an inconclusive diagnosis. Dr. Demos was thorough and gave me a diagnosis and medication that helped my cat within 24 hours. I will never take my cats any place else. Dr. Bailey and Dr. Demos are awesome and so is the entire staff! I received follow up calls to check in to see how my cat was doing. It's just such a great office! Highly recommended!

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  • I would recommend this business

We are so happy to have all these precious people to care and give guidance to our boy, Hemi! The poor boy is really struggling right now, from anxiety! I recommend this hospital to everyone who has a cat.

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  • I would recommend this business

I've been going to Exclusively Cats for 21 years and would never go anywhere else. I've had 38 cats through those years and everyone at Ecats has been nothing but caring and helpful....it's a very clean and quiet place which is great for the cats. And just about any problem my cats have had was taken care of..and the compassion they all show when I've had to let my cats go to the Rainbow Bridge has been nothing but wonderful...I would recommend Exclusively Cats with 100% confidence to anyone who has cats...

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  • I would recommend this business

This place is amazing... After months and months of no answers at my other vet as to why my 9 month old siamese cat had blood in her urine I was told by a co worker to go to Exclusively Cats boy am I glad I did! That day at my first appointment Dr. Brooks found bladder stones in my cat and got them out asap. Their was a few complications with a stone but Dr. Brooks and Dr. Bailey and staff were just amazing, they kept me well informed the whole time, very professional, very caring and attentive to Isis as well as very knowledgeable. I can't thank them enough for what they did, if it wasn't for them I don't think Isis would be here because my other vet had no idea what was wrong and just kept putting her on antibiotics. Isis is doing great and I will ALWAYS take her to Exclusively Cats it is well worth the hour drive I have to make to get there. I HIGHLY recommend this place to every cat owner.

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From Our Website

Dr. Steven Bailey, our practice-owner, is one of only two board-certified feline specialists in the state of Michigan, and he ensures that our facilities and our staff are fully equipped to properly treat the unique health issues that affect cats. Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary facility that offers advanced medical care, including internal medicine, surgery, behavioral counseling, dentistry, and radioactive iodine treatment. The staff of Exclusively Cats Veterinary Hospital believes in providing each patient with gentle, compassionate medical care coupled with superior customer service.


Abdominal ultrasound simplifies the diagnoses of internal disease by providing veterinarians with a clear view inside the patient's stomach, liver, kidneys, and other internal organs. Ultrasound is a safe, non-invasive diagnostic procedure, which, unlike X-rays, does not result in your pet's exposure to radiation. An ultrasound machine uses sound waves to penetrate the internal organs and creates an image that is displayed on a monitor. The procedure involves using a hand-held probe on the skin above the area being studied.


Our highly skilled veterinary team is experienced in the most common surgical procedures as well as some of the less-common surgeries. We perform spays and neuters, elective surgeries, foreign-object and tumor removal, abdominal surgeries, thoracic surgeries, dental surgeries and many ophthalmic surgeries, all under the safest possible anesthetic and with the utmost attention to patient monitoring. After each surgical procedure, surgery patients are placed in our ICU, where they are monitored by a veterinary technician, and within easy reach of our veterinarians.


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