Since working here she has developed an interest in rehoming and adoptions, and thoroughly enjoys caring for the many cats that board at our Paddington clinic.
Lisa lives with her very naughty tortoiseshell cat Mai, and would love to have many more pets (if only Mai would allow it).
When Amanda started work at the clinic, she did not have a cat of her own. She soon found their love and charming ways impossible to resist. She now lives with Devon Rex who is the family favourite.
Heather is our adoption center coordinator and has been responsible for finding homes for more than 100 homeless cats since taking on this role. She spends lots of her day looking after naughty little kittens and getting them ready for their new homes. She shares her home with a cat named ‘Shadow’ who as an only child would be classified as totally spoilt!
She grew up in the country town of Laidley with the family dogs, her cat ‘Cuddles’ and two horses. She now shares her home with husband Simon, two sons Lucas and Riley and staffy Trilby.
With a lot of hard work and determination, Stacey has recently completed her Diploma of Veterinary Nursing. Go Stacey! Stacey has 2 beloved cats and 2 dogs that she couldn’t live without.
She spends most of her time helping out the senior nurses and fostering the stray kittens we get into the clinic which has become a passion of hers.
Ellen is delighted to share her home with her 4 cats ‘Jasper, Lilly, Milly and Buffy’.
She is in the middle of studying for a certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and can’t wait to be finished! Hannah loves and cherishes her kitty ‘Tarco’ and most definitely couldn’t imagine life without him.
Katherine works weekends at the clinic and loves the industry she is in, and is totally committed to caring for every cat that we see!!
Pip shares her home with two beautiful Burmese cats ‘Mia’ and ‘Jethro’.
Becky and her partner Adam, live with their two cats ‘Dutchess’ and ‘Duke’, and the newest member to their family is a Golden Retriever puppy named ‘Prince.’
Becky enjoys being a Veterinary Nurse and will continue to work with animals (preferably cats) for as long as possible.
Lynda can be found welcoming you and your kitties on arrival at our Clayfield, Paddington clinic, and also likes to keep busy nursing at our Mt Gravatt clinic.
She shares her ‘zoo’ with 5 dogs, 5 cats and multiple injured wildlife. In the future, Kayla hopes to work in emergency clinic as well as furthering her studies to work in a zoo.
Georgie shares her home with her husband, two teenage boys, and a British Shorthair named BB. As well as this she is also lucky enough to be a proud owner of a beautiful Border Collie named ‘Nell’.