My local vet treats both puppies and kitties, and I've never even seen feline-only doctor's offices. However, as a dog owner, I've not given much thought to the present stressors – unfamiliar smells and barking – for cats coming in for treatment.
In a recent article in Dolittler, they explained several situations where feline families may be best served by a cat-only facility:
Not only are feline practitioners, on average, more likely to be up-to-date on issues like vaccine protocols and cat-specific approaches to medicine and handling, but the atmosphere is typically serene compared to dog and cat facilities.
They're not found in every city but, if you had the option, would you bring your precious pets to one of these?