Why For Cats Only?
Our philosophy is simple…
We strive to provide comprehensive, compassionate, high-quality feline veterinary medical and surgical care with cutting edge technology to ensure that our patients lead healthier, happier, longer lives. We put this philosophy in motion in a modern, clean and caring environment.
Our commitment is strong
Each and every one one of us is here because we care about cats. From our receptionists to our doctors, we all understand that each role in our hospital is crucial to proper health care. Our hospital is staffed with caring individuals that have dedicated their professional lives to providing quality health care to our feline patients. Our staff shares in the love and compassion you have for your cats. To us, our cats are part of the family and they make our lives more enriched and complete every day. As a result,
- We are committed to providing you and your feline family members with comprehensive, compassionate, high quality feline medical and surgical care.
- We are committed to continue to evolve to incorporate new veterinary knowledge and technology for the benefit of our patients.
- We are committed to exceeding our client expectations each and every time.
- We are committed to strengthening the human-animal bond between you and your feline family members.
Why only cats?
As veterinary medicine continues to advance in knowledge and technology, it becomes imperative to offer the highest quality medicine to our patients and continue to stay on the cutting edge of feline internal and surgical medicine. Here at For Cats Only, our staff have devoted their lives to the health and well being of cats. Everything we do is cat specific. This translates into a specific, cat oriented approach to our patients and provides a unique perspective when evaluating and treating cats. Our staff believes this focus translates into better feline health care and treatment. Additionally, a cat only hospital provides a quiet, calm, cat-oriented environment to make our patients as comfortable as possible.
It’s your choice!
We know you have many options, often times too many options, when it comes to providing health care to your feline family members. We also know it is very difficult for you to choose between veterinary hospitals, in the same way that it is difficult to choose a pediatrician for your child or a dentist for yourself. Fortunately, you do have a choice. We hope that you choose For Cats Only for your feline health care needs. How can you decide? Contact us. Ask questions. Visit our hospital. Give us your expectations and desires. Only then can you decide if we are a good fit for you and your cat’s health care needs and ensure that we continue to provide you with your expected service.
About the Doctors:
The Drs. Karpf live with their son and daughter in Wellington, FL. After working at animal hospitals on Long Island, NY they decided to move to Florida in 2005 to open The Visiting Vet, a house call practice for dogs and cats in Palm Beach County. In 2015, they had the good fortune to acquire For Cats Only from Dr. Andrew Faigen after his retirement.
Dr. Jeffrey S. Karpf
Dr. Jeff Karpf majored in Biology as an undergraduate at Cornell University. After graduating in 1996 he decided to take his education to the next level by attending the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. Dr. Karpf completed his veterinary education in 2000. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Florida Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Association of Feline Practitioners. As any great doctor should, he stays up on the latest techniques and medicines by regularly continuing his education in the field. What sets Dr. Jeff Karpf apart is his special interest in endocrinology. With this enhanced knowledge, he strives for excellent treatment and control of his patients with endocrinological problems.
Dr. Stephanie K. Karpf
Dr. Stephanie Karpf’s passion for animals started early. She majored in Animal Science as an undergraduate at Cornell University. After graduating from Cornell in 1996, Dr. Karpf took her education to the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University to pursue her career as a veterinarian. Since graduation in 2000, Dr. Karpf has become a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Feline Practitioners, the Florida Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior. Her special interest is in behavior problems of cats, and she has helped countless families to remedy their pet’s behavior issues.