About us

We recognize the special bond between cats and their owners and the fact that your pet is an integral part of your family. Cats are not viewed by us as just small dogs. Rather, they have their own medical and husbandry needs which we believe can be better served in our more focused environment.

At our clinic, you can be assured of having a doctor and para-professional support staff with a special interest in cats and commitment to serving their particular needs in a professional and caring manner.

Our mission:

  • To provide the highest standards of care for your cat.
  • To minimize stress for your cat while under our care.
  • To maintain a clean and healthy clinic environment for your cat.
  • To maintain a caring and courteous professional staff to serve you.
  • To be progressive and current in new developments and advancements in feline medical care and to maintain a well-equipped clinic.
  • To show genuine care, concern, and compassion for your cat at all times.
  • To provide clear communication between our clients and medical staff.
  • To provide quality care at a fair and reasonable fee with honesty and integrity.
  • To offer specialty referral care for your cat when needed.
  • To foster and encourage goodwill for all cats and to hold as our highest priority the care and welfare of your cat.
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Dr. Jennifer Rau

Dr. Jennifer Rau obtained her veterinary degree from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University in 1999. While in school she was the President of the Student Chapter of the American Association of Feline Practitioners.

Promptly after graduation Dr. Rau moved to the Bay Area and entered into small animal practice with a particular interest in cats. Since graduation Dr. Rau has worked at two feline only practices and greatly enjoys the variety of cat personalities and lifestyles.

Dr. Rau has a particular fondness for geriatric cats, cats with special behavior needs, dentistry, preventative care, client education and the human-cat bond. She also loves when clients ask lots of questions.

Dr. Rau is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, American Veterinary Medical Association, San Francisco Veterinary Medical Association, California Veterinary Medical Association, Solano County Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Animal Hospital Association.

Dr. Rau shares her home with Dona Lola, Rocky, Ron a Chewbacca (a cat like dog). In her free time she enjoys reading, yoga and gardening.

Veterinary Assistant


Amanda grew up in American Canyon, CA, where her interest and love for animals blossomed at a young age, She was the kid who would bring home all the strays. She has owned many pets such as dogs, cats, birds, mice, snakes, rabbits, and a goldfish or two. She stepped into the Veterinary field in 2016 as a Kennel Technician at the Humane Society of the North Bay, which ignited her passion for helping and nurturing our four-legged friends. In her spare time she enjoys going for walks, hiking, reading, and spending time with her fur-baby Archer!


Amanda recently moved to the Bay area from Michigan with her husband, son and 3 fluffy felines. Amanda has always had a passion for animals and joined the veterinary field in 2017 at Grand River Veterinary Hospital in rural Lowell, Michigan.

Amanda loves learning new things and getting to know people and their furry companions. In her free time, Amanda enjoys aerial arts, yoga, gold digging with her husband, Brent and hiking with her family.