North County Cat Hospital

Request an Appointment

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To make an appointment, you can call us at 760-758-6228, email us at, fill out the "Contact Us" form, or fill out the form below. If you fill out the form below, our website will email us with the information but will not put you on any lists.

Please be aware that filling out the form won't actually make the appointment, it will just inform us that you want an appointment. We'll then look at our appointment calendar and call, text, or email you back to schedule something. For more information on our appointment scheduling, please see our "About Appointments" page. 


Also be aware that we only check for these on days that we are open. If you fill this out on Friday night and Monday is a holiday, we won't respond until Tuesday.

Request an Appointment.

This is a long form. We need the information in the bold, blue boxes and the Captcha (the "I'm not a robot" thing) but other than that, please fill out as much of it as you like. The more information, the better, but all we really need is your name, a way to contact you, your cat's name, and proof that you're not a robot, so please don't fret the details.

Your Name

Your Phone or Email

Please note:

This form will not add you to our email mailing list (and we don't have a "calling list"). 

To subscribe to our emailing list, click here: 

Other contact method.

Your contact preferences:

Please select any that you prefer.
Have you been here before?

More contact preferences:

Unless you tell us otherwise, we usually call between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm.

We usually text and email between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm.

Your Cat

Has your cat been here before?

If you have more than one cat who you'd like to bring in, please add their name(s).

Has this / have these cats been here before? (Check all that apply.)

What is the reason for the appointment?

Medical Records

If your cat has been seen by other veterinarians or veterinary hospitals and you approve of us contacting them for medical records, please enter their information here:

Upload Information.

If you have anything for us to see before you come in (e.g., photos, videos, information from emergency hospital), please upload it here.

Upload Documents
Upload Images
Upload Videos

When do you want to come in? 

We are usually open Monday through Friday but have limited appointments available. Please let us know what day or days would work for you.

What time do you prefer (please check any that appy)

Standby appointment.

If we have a procedure that we may finish early, we offer "standby" appointments. We put you on a list and call if we are able to see your cat that afternoon.

Are you open to a "standby" appontment?"

Your direct involvement. 

We normally offer "drop off" appointments for noncritical patients. You bring your cat in the morning, and we look at them when we are able to. Then we call to discuss.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are offering only "drop off" appointments but we are changing how we use them. Instead of just using them to compensate for conflicting schedules (yours and ours), we are using them for physical distancing. These appointments are just like our regular appointments but only the cats come into the building. People wait in their cars.

We are also using "drop off" appointments in the usual way - to allow us to see some patients in a timely manner when we don't have open appointment slots available.

Please select all that apply.

We are making a number of temporary changes in response to COVID-19 - The Pandemic Coronavirus.

During the pandemic, we are not allowing clients into the hospital. Please be sure to bring your cat in a carrier.

The veterinarian's direct involvement. 

Sometimes Dr. Coty or Daly needs to be involved (e.g., for an examination) and sometimes they don't (e.g., for vaccinations if we've seen your cat within the past year). Please pick what you think.

Do you have any additional comments?

Thank you.

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