Feline urgent care service in Knoxville and Chattanooga
Feline critical care 24/7
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Our specialists and highly-trained emergency room veterinarians work hand-in-hand to provide the highest-quality critical care services 24 hours a day. If your cat is in critical condition or needs continuous monitoring, the veterinarians and staff at AESC are highly trained to manage your case. Trust your cat’s care to Animal Emergency & Specialty Center, with locations in Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Thank you to Animal Emergency & Specialty Center for your excellent care of our cat, Alex. You took great care of Alex during his radioactive iodine treatment. Cat Owner
I cannot day enough wonderful words about this place. We had to go twice, this past weekend being our first overnight stay. Nothing was done that shouldn’t have been or the team felt was unnecessary. My kitty is stable and is going to be around for a few more. Cat Owner
What We Do
AESC’s team of veterinarians work with referring veterinarians to provide the highest standard of care to our sickest patients. Our ICU is staffed continuously, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, with either a veterinary specialist or a highly-trained ER veterinarian. Because we never close, we are able to provide round-the-clock monitoring, diagnostics, and care of critically ill cats.
A sudden or severe illness requires immediate evaluation and care. When your cat is sick, AESC is here for the care he or she needs.
When your cat has managed some mischief, a fall, a cat fight, getting hit by a car.... AESC is here for you 24-hours a day for continuous monitoring and treatment of your cat.
If your cat has an underlying condition or complications from surgery, 24-hour monitoring can be critical to survival.
Providing Critical Care Services to Your Cat
Our ER and ICU are open and staffed 24 hours a day. Should your cat need 24-hour monitoring or care, we’re ready to give your kitty the help he/she needs. An isolation ward is available for contagious patients.
New clients: what to expect
- Call and let us know you are on your way.
- Your cat will be triaged by a veterinary technician
- Our customer service representatives will get information about you and your cat.
- A specialist or ER vet will assess your cat and discuss a treatment and diagnostic plan.
- You’ll be given an estimate for treatment.
Veterinarians: how to refer
Please call our referral coordinator to let us know you have a patient on the way. Send a referral form and the patient’s record via fax or email or with your client. Thank you for your referral.
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Does your cat need critical care?
Call Animal Emergency & Specialty Center to see one of our board-certified specialists or emergency veterinarians.