Come to a vet who truly understands your cat’s health.

Whether your feline family member has been sick and never seems to get better, or you just want the best possible care for them. Give us a call. We’ve served cat families like yours for over 30 years.

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What sets a feline specialist apart from a mixed-practice vet?


As specialists, we can focus more time learning about feline medicine than a traditional mixed-practice vet.

A few ways we do that include:

  • Researching more feline-specific treatments

  • Attending feline-focused seminars

  • Trialing new pharmaceuticals

  • Reading feline-only medical journals


What does that mean for me?

Some of our reading list.

Some of our reading list.

You are the beneficiary of all of that extra research time. At The Cat Doctor, we apply this knowledge for our clients and…

  • Head off health problems earlier

  • Correctly diagnose sooner

  • Reduce waste with treatments we know to be ineffective

  • Provide more options for treatment


Meet the Cat Doctors


Dr. Alison Bradbury


Dr. Alison Bradbury started with The Cat Doctor in 2006, first as a Veterinary Assistant, then as a Registered Veterinary Technician. She graduated Cum Laude from UGA’s  College of Veterinary Medicine, where she received the American Association of Feline Practitioners Award and the Blanche D. Hayes Award for Exceptional Proficiency in Feline Medicine and Surgery. Most recently, UGA endowed the Alison Bradbury Chair in Feline Health in her honor.

Dr. Drew Weigner


Dr. Weigner is Hospital Director of The Cat Doctor which he founded in February, 1987. He graduated from the University of Florida in 1982 and has practiced in Atlanta since 1983. He is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, the American Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Animal Hospital Association. Dr. Weigner also is a former President of the Academy of Feline Medicine and a current board director of the Winn Foundation.

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From our clients


General wellness

My cats lived to be 17 and the other to over 20. It was these vets and this staff that helped me keep my cats healthy and thriving for so many years

- Susan H (Google reviews)

Second opinion

The Cat Doctor diagnosed Penelope with a rare fungal disease that wasn't found during the many visits to the prior vet. Had she stayed at the last vet, she almost certainly wouldn't be around.

- Thomas K (Google eviews)


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