Bastet Cat Hospital, inc. is a full-service Veterinary Hospital and has been proudly treating the beloved pets of the Burbank community since 1998 (Facility was constructed on 1997). We simply adore our animal friends and understand the value a pet brings to life. That’s why we focus on preventative medicine as the basis for superior veterinary care.
Meet The Doctor
Dr. Sam H.B. Basilious D.V.M., Clinical Veterinarian and Feline Practitioner
Dr. Basilious began practicing veterinary medicine in 1980. Throughout his career, he has worked at private practices, both in the U.S. and abroad. He has worked at the UCLA School of Medicine as well as in a mixed practice in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Since establishing Bastet Cat Hospital 20 years ago, he has devoted his time to practicing feline medicine as well as traveling abroad to teach veterinary medicine and anesthesia techniques overseas.
Meet Our Staff
Bertha has been with the Bastet family since our opening in 1998. She works as the senior supervisor and vet technician.
My name is Penni, I was born and raised here in Burbank CA and began working at Bastet Cat Hospital as a Veterinarian Assistant in August 2019. I am currently enrolled with Penn Foster College and take as many CE courses as possible, to stay up to date. I’ve always had trouble resisting any animal, so I have a full house of furry kids.
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Meet Our Cats
Oliver (left) and Gizmo (right)
Our current hospital cats, Oliver is a Russian Blue, while Gizmo is an orange tabby. They enjoy greeting our hospitals clients each day.
Toby was a unique domestic shorthair. His funny character always livened the atmosphere. Dr. Basilious rescued Toby at the age of one when he was abandoned by his owner and almost put down for being aggressive. Toby then became a hospital cat because the doctor wanted to give the young and healthy cat a chance. Unfortunately, he passed away several years ago, at the age of 17 years old.
Noah was an amazing cat. He was a domestic shorthair who was always friendly and social with all clients. Before opening Bastet, Dr. Basilious worked at an animal hospital where Noah was brought in after being found on the street with an umbilical cord wrapped around his leg. The young kitten was close to loosing one of his legs before the doctor performed surgery and saved him. After opening Bastet, the staff at that animal hospital gave Noah to Dr. Basilious as a gift. He sadly passed away several years ago at the age of 17 1/2 years old.
Toofee was a beautiful Persian cat. She was given to Dr. Basilious as a gift from a former client when Bastet first opened. She and Dr. Basilious were inseparable until her death at the age of 17 years old.