cats now the number one pet in Britain, there is increasing
pressure on veterinary practices to provide a cat-friendly
service and be clued up on all the latest feline treatments
and diseases. In reflection of this there are now an
increasing number of veterinary practices which go out
of their way to cater for the needs of our felines and
show a genuine love of cats.
way in which veterinary practices demonstrate their
interest in feline health is by being members of fab
Whilst a veterinary surgeon does not have to pass any
examination to become a member of fab
membership does suggest a particular interest in feline
practices which have elected to become members of fab
benefit from the whole range of information available
from us. This includes, the quarterly FAB
Journal; the bimonthly Journal
of Feline Medicine and Surgery; a full set of fabinformation sheets (including new and updated
sheets as and when they are produced); reduced rates
for any members of the practice to fab
conferences and the Cat
Group policy statements and discussions (as and
when they are produced).
of fab and isfm
signifies that these practices are keen to increase
their knowledge of feline diseases and treatments, and
have a real interest in the health and welfare of cats.
there are around 400 practice members in the UK and
over 100 overseas. To find out more about these practices
and where they are located, please view the list below.
logo represents a Cat-Friendly Clinic. For further
information about the ISFM/Purina