In the event of an emergency during our normal business hours, please call
ahead if possible and proceed directly to our practice. 
3555 Ravine Way
Victoria, BC V8X4Z1

During Normal Clinic Hours

Please call the clinic before bringing your cat in, if possible. This enables us to give you instructions on what to do before coming in, and provides us with time to prepare for your arrival.

Some of the most common emergencies we see:

Respiratory - signs may include open mouth breathing, increased breathing rate, shallow breaths, pale or grey gums.

Urinary - if your cat has been unable to urinate for the past 24 hours, is dribbling or vocalizing while attempting to use the litterbox. Urinary blockages can results in kidney failure and death.

Cardiac - arrythmias, congestive heart failure, thromboembolic disease are some of the issues we see.

Gastrointestinal - chronic vomiting and diarrhea can lead to dehydration and electrolyte imbalances. They could also be hiding such issues like pancreatitis, irritable bowel, or even types of cancer. Cats who aren’t eating also are at great risk of fatty liver disease.


Outside Normal Clinic Hours

Please contact the Central Victoria Veterinary Hospital. This hospital is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Phone Number: 250-475-2495
Emergency Number: 250-475-2495
Fax Number: 250-475-1909


760 Roderick Street
Victoria, (BC)
V8X 2R3

Pacific Cat Clinic patients will be transferred back to us in the morning as per our normal protocol.