Whether it’s a regular check-up, planned surgery, or emergency procedures. Our professional vet team will provide top preventative care and do everything they can to keep your cat healthy.

Services for Companion Pet Cats

Our Kenline Team is available around the clock for your beloved comapnion cats to serve with trusted veterinary premium care.

A well groomed cat is the healthier and fresh cat.

  • Grooming Resolves

Skin issues, Beautify your pet, Makes it playful, Reduce Anxiety, Helps to maintain healthy cot, Reduce Getting sick, pest prevention, Early detection of health issues.

Our Services of cat Grooming 

We are offering all kinds of hair style for long and short hair cats breed like ( kitties first bath with care and love, senior pets bath and grooming with highly trained team, dematting, tooth, ears, eyes & paws cleaning, hygiene cut and different kinds of spa treatments without anaesthesia for your beloved companion cats.   

General Orthopaedic soft tissues and emergency surgery.


When your companion cat shows less interest dry food, hard treats, chewing slowly, drooping food while eating, more drooling, then these are the signs of concerning for your companion cat’s dental health.

  • Core vaccines

Feline rhinotracheitis/Herpesvirus1, Feline Calcivirus, Feline Panleukopenia, Feline Leukemia, rabies. 

  • Kittens vaccination schedule

6-8 weeks:


10-12 weeks:

  • FVRCP (1st or 2nd shot)
  • FeLV (1st or 2nd shot)

14-16 weeks:

  • FVRCP (only if 1st shot given at 10-12 weeks)
  • Rabies
  • FeLV (if 1st shot given at 10-12 weeks)

Annual Booster:

  • FVRCP Booster
  • Rabies Booster 

We care for your companion cat so offering microchip to your cat that is no more invasive than vaccination. Microchip gives them best chance of being identified and returned to you if they get lost or stolen.

Basic tests for body organs help in diagnosis of early and progressive clinical signs of numerous conditions infecting your cat.

  • We are offering following lab test

CBC, RFT, LFT, XRAYS, ULTRASONOGRAPHY, PARASITIC INFESTATIONS, Allergic tests and viral infection tests.

Kitties school is best for socialiazation skills. It can start from 8 weeks of age to 6 months of age .

How do you know what is truly best for your pets?

KENLINE believes feeding your cat is something you should feel confident about, no second guessing .

  • Essential Nutrients

1. Water

Necessary for proper functioning like , transport of nutrients ,digest food,flust away waste, regulate body temperature by proper functioning the body Enzymes.

Water requirement for the pets, do consult from KENLINE.

2. Fat

Necessary for skin issues, protection of internal organs, regulate body temprature.

3. Protien

Necessary for skin, nails, muscles and bones. For body energy.

4. Carbs 

Primary source of fuel.

5. Vitamins

Essential for growth and maintenance.

6. Minerals

Bones and Cartilage formation, Oxygen flow, Nerve and muscle function hormone regulation.   

We are providing boarding facilities for trusted premium care with love in fully naturally themed environment so that your beloved pet companion never get feel alone, bored and live happy and healthy. At your time of need.

We are providing clinical services to domestic and exotic animals with love, care & professional approach. Latest techniques and tentative diagnosis.

Pets get fleas when exposed to unhygine envirnoment, unhealthy practices, not bathing often, nails bitting, matted coat, not properly groomed & not getting dewormed from worms that habitat in cats intestine that will absorb all food given to your cat causing them not to grow properly. 

We are offering complete removal of ear mites and fleas. 

Mostly cats are affected with tapeworms, round worms, and hook worms. causing Diarrhea, Abdominal Pain, Weight loss, Vomiting, Poor coat appearance, Blood in stools.

Euthanasia is important because we care more about animal suffering than human suffering. Human can do what is beneficial for their pleasure and use flawed mental gymnastics to quell their conscience.

So we are offering peaceful euthanasia procedure.

  • Kenline Cat Mart 

We deal in all kind of processed cat food, accessories (toys, treats, pots, etc..).


Your kitten’s first year is the most important, not just to develop a bond with you, but also to have the healthiest start we can provide for his or her life. Owning a kitten is a lifelong relationship, and we want to help and support you along the journey that is cat ownership.

The four most important things to help keep your kitten healthy and active are:

Cats Care
Kittens Health


Our vets know you want the best care for your cat through every stage of their life, and are here to help ensure they have a happy, healthy life.


As our pets age faster than we do regular physical exams and annual diagnostic testing are the best way to detect early signs of illness and conditions which may affect your cat’s health.

Your cat’s health and wellness examination with the vet will include:

Conditions to be aware of and the signs to look out for.

As feline companions age, it is not uncommon for them to exhibit a decrease in activity levels. However, our feline friends remain beloved members of our households and we want to ensure that they enjoy their golden years to the fullest extent. Thankfully, there are a variety of products available that can be used to help our senior cats feel their very best.

It is important to also keep an observant eye on our aging cats for signs of arthritis. Some indications of feline arthritis may include your cat having difficulty or hesitating before jumping onto furniture, taking longer to stand up from their restful sleep, having difficulty climbing up or down stairs, or having swollen and inflamed joints. It may also become apparent in their gait, and they may begin to hop with their back legs. By keeping a watchful eye and using helpful products, we can then contribute to our feline companion’s overall happiness and well-being.
As our feline companions grow older, it is quite common for them to develop renal disease. Essentially, this is a condition that develops as the kidneys slowly deteriorate and cease to function adequately. Some clear indications of this issue could be excessive drinking or urination, reduced appetite, dehydration, sunken eyes, dry gums, vomiting and/or diarrhea, as well as noticeable weight loss.

Thankfully, vets can easily detect renal disease via a comprehensive blood and urine test, which helps to gauge the kidneys’ working capacity. The treatment options generally consist of a specific course of medication as well as a specially designed diet. Although it’s not possible to reverse the damages done once renal disease develops in a cat’s system, there are treatments available that can help slow down the progression of the disease and help our feline friends live relatively healthy and happy lives.

Hyperthyroidism is a medical condition that may develop in your furry friend due to overproduction of thyroid hormone. The symptoms of this ailment occur as an excess of thyroxine in the body, which triggers the acceleration of cell turnover and energy burning levels. Some of the most common clinical signs of hyperthyroidism include weight loss, increased thirst, and more urination, excessive appetite, poor coat appearance, overly active behavior, aggression, diarrhea, and vomiting. It’s crucial to note that this condition is diagnosed through a blood test, and managing it entails food and medication use. As hyperthyroidism is a life-long ailment, pet parents must implement a closely monitored wellness plan to ensure their felines live a happy, healthy life. By doing so, you’ll provide your pet with the best possible care and bolster your chances of curtailing the effects of hyperthyroidism.

Dental disease is very common as cats age, due to the accumulation of dental plaque on the teeth. As this process continues, it produces inflammation of the gums known as gingivitis, causing the gums to recede and expose the tooth root. An exposed tooth root provides a pathway for bacteria to travel up the sides of it, leading to the formation of a tooth root abscess. If left unmanaged, chronically infected teeth can cause severe pain, changes in eating habits, bad breath, loss of teeth, loss of body condition and affect other organs such as the heart, liver and kidneys. Therefore, it’s essential to take your cat for a regular health check, and the vet will examine their teeth. Some cats might require more regular teeth cleaning than others, but there are fantastic foods available that can help prevent tartar build-up. However, note that these won’t help if your cat has already developed tartar. It’s advisable to switch to a specific diet once their teeth are clean, as it can help prolong the onset of dental disease.