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Social Scene - It's the cat's whiskers!

PUBLISHED: 09:12 30 November 2010 | UPDATED: 16:58 20 February 2013

Social Scene - It’s the cat’s whiskers!

Social Scene - It’s the cat’s whiskers!

VISITORS enjoyed an open day at a new veterinary clinic with a difference in Worthing...


VISITORS enjoyed an open day at a new veterinary clinic with a difference in Worthing.

Cats Whiskers is a cat-only practice situated in South Farm Road. The venture is a long-standing dream of owners Amanda Nicholls, a veterinary surgeon, and Kelly Goss, the practice manager.

Amanda has 10 years experience of working in companion animal practices and a particular interest in feline medicine. Kelly has nine years experience of laboratory and project management in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.

Amanda and Kelly love cats, and have two of their own, Olive and Kitty.

They moved from Devon in 2008 to open a clinic in Sussex and their search for the perfect premises ended in February 2009 when they found a former printing and copying shop.

After long-awaited planning permission was granted, work began to convert the building to their modern and contemporary veterinary clinic tailored to treating cats.

Pictures: GrahamFranks Photography


VISITORS enjoyed an open day at a new veterinary clinic with a difference in Worthing. Cats Whiskers is a cat-only practice situated in South Farm Road.

The venture is a long-standing dream of owners Amanda Nicholls, a veterinary surgeon, and Kelly Goss, the practice manager.Amanda has 10 years experience of working in companion animal practices and a particular interest in feline medicine. Kelly has nine years experience of laboratory and project management in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries.

Amanda and Kelly love cats, and have two of their own, Olive and Kitty.

They moved from Devon in 2008 to open a clinic in Sussex and their search for the perfect premises ended in February 2009 when they found a former printing and copying shop.

After long-awaited planning permission was granted, work began to convert the building to their modern and contemporary veterinary clinic tailored to treating cats.

Pictures: GrahamFranks Photography

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