Welcome to Cat's Meow Veterinary Hospital
Your Feline Veterinarian in Myrtle Beach, SC.

Call us at (843) 839-1999 today.

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Welcome to Cat's Meow Veterinary Hospital. We recognize that your feline friend's health and wellbeing are of the utmost importance to you. With this in mind, we provide excellent veterinary medical care and compassionate feline care.

Cat's Meow Veterinary Hospital is a full-service feline pet veterinary practice that offers routine medical, dental and surgical care as well as emergency treatments. With years of experience providing general wellness care and treating serious conditions, our veterinarian’s first-rate feline care goes above and beyond: our doctors, our trained technicians and friendly staff are available most days of the week. They can also provide you with nutritional and illness-prevention tips that enable you to better care for your cat and ensure his or her optimal health.

If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment, call (843) 839-1999.

Myrtle Beach Cat Veterinarian | Cat's Meow Veterinary Hospital | (843) 839-1999

4720 Hwy. 17 Bypass S. #B
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Kate Gibson

    Dr. Kate Gibson is originally from New Jersey but has been in South Carolina for the last 4 years. As a child, she grew up with dogs, cats, horses, and small rodents so it was natural that she studied animal science. After graduating from Rutgers University with a bachelor's degree, she continued to veterinary school at Ross University in St. Kitts, West Indies. During her time at Ross University, Dr. Kate volunteered for an organization in Costa Rico who provided low cost veterinary care. She finished her clinical rotations at The University of Florida. After graduation, she worked in various clinics in South Carolina but finally settled at the Cat's Meow in 2013.

  • "The Cat Lady"
    Kim Hurley

    No, she not the 'Crazy Cat Lady'! But you can read about her here.

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  • Dr. Kendra Levy

    Dr. Levy is a 2005 graduate of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine.   She is a member of the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association), SCAV (South Carolina Association of Veterinarians), AAHV (American Association of House Call and Mobile Veterinarians) and the VBMA (Veterinary Business Management Association), and the NAPW (National Association of Professional Women).  Dr. Levy lives in Myrtle Beach with her husband, James Levy, two sons-Alexander and Ronan, and five pets.  She has 3 cats, Squirt, Lilo, and Belle; along with a bearded dragon named Smaug and an eyelash crested gecko named Snotlout.  She began helping at Cats Meow in 2013 and joined full time in February of 2018.


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I give the Cat's Meow five stars because they truly deserve it. I went through bikini beach for my two cats to get fixed there and it was awesome. Then the next day my male cat refused to pee and I took him back up to the Cat's Meow. They were polite, efficient, and took care of my very unhappy cat named Happy. Got him fixed up and back home by the next day. I couldn't have asked for better service."
    Ariel J.
  • "This is the best place ever to take your kitties! Kim and the staff are wonderful! We live part time in Charlotte and I drive my cats all the way to Myrtle when it's time to get groomed just because I'm that happy and satisfied with The Cats Meow! Thanks everyone for taking care of Ariel and Francesca! I wouldn't trust anyone else!"
    Stephanie N.
  • "The Cat's Meow is the best!!! Kim and her staff give such time and caring to all their patients and owners. My Audrey was spoiled rotten onn her stay she loves all the people who work there. I would reccomend the Cat's Meow to everyone for all your cat needs. Besides Audrey I have a cat with severe allergies the poor baby would scratch until she bled and was a miserable kitty. The vet I was using couldn't get them under control I was considering having her put down to relieve her suffering when someone said I should try Cat's Meow. Well today thanks to Kim and Dr. Brandy she's a whole new cat she plays and purrs and is a very happy girl. Dr. Brandy and Kim kept trying until they had her alleries under control. Because they care!! Thanks to Kim and her amazing staff."
    Nancy K.

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