Remembering Our Beloved Clinic Cats
Sonic was a stray kitten who adopted EVH in 2003, and was quickly promoted to the reception supervisor position. Sonic’s favourite hobbies were lizard watching, sleeping, teasing dogs, chewing paper, and drinking out of staff coffee mugs! She got her name because of her very special double ear lobes. Sonic became very ill soon at a young age when she collapsed and became gravely ill. Blood tests indicated acute kidney failure and treatment was started immediately.She made a full recovery and went on to live a happy & healthy life for 12years, before developing chronic renal failure.
Wilson was adopted by the clinic at a young age after requiring intensive treatment for a skin condition & the discovery that he and Sonic got along quite well. Never quite as agile as Sonic, Wilson tended to patrol the lower levels of the clinic, preferring to walk up to and greet as many patients as he could (whether they liked it or not!). After suffering a spinal injury and undergoing surgery, Wilson’s mobility deteriorated and when he became paralysed the decision was made to end his suffering and put him to rest.
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Enfield Veterinary Hospital has been serving the pet community for longer than any other vet in the South West of Sydney including the suburbs of Enfield, Strathfield, Strathfield South, Homebush, Burwood, Croydon, Croydon Park, Concord, Ashfield, Belfield, Campsie, Greenacre and the surrounding areas of the greater Inner West of Sydney. We have been part of the local landscape for almost 40 years. One of our partners, Dr Catherine Brett, has been caring for pets of the community for over 20 years.