After five years in its current space, a cat-specific care center in Reston plans on expanding.
Just Cats Clinic (1601 N. Washington Plaza) outgrew its original office and decided to take over an empty space next door at Lake Anne Plaza, Elizabeth Chapman, the owner and head veterinarian, said.
Chapman said the expansion will include three more exam rooms — allowing the center to double its cat boarding capacity. In addition, the center plans to offer cat ultrasounds.
With more than 4,500 clients, Chapman said the center is currently at capacity.
“We are busting at the seams really,” she said, adding that the clinic will also look into hiring another veterinarian eventually.
Once the expansion is complete, the vet clinic will be roughly 5,000 square feet, Chapman said.
The center is waiting for permit approval from Fairfax County before kicking off construction. Chapman hopes the expansion will be finished by spring 2020.
Photo via Just Cats Clinic
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