Kellie has been in the veterinary field since 2000 and completed a Veterinary Paramedic program through HCC in 2005. She joined the CVC team in 2008 and has been an integral part of the growth and development of the clinic. She spends her free time in the performing arts and cosutme design, she also practices archery and cycling. Kellie shares her home with her three dogs: Merida, Izzy, and Norman; and two cats: Deadlie Nedlie and Joxer.
Christie M., LVT
Molecular Biology major and competitive powerlifter, Miranda is the newest team member of CVC. All the way from Pasadena, Miranda is excited to assist in your cat's healthcare. When she is not manning the front desk she can be found in school working on research projects, in the gym training for competition, or at home with her two dogs; Kassy a 14 year old cockapoo, and newly adopted Sadie the newfoundland/lab mix.
A native Houstonian, Rosie has been a member of the Cat Vet Clinic team since 2009. She spent five years living in Kansas City where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography and creative writing. As the Clinic Coordinator of CVC, Rosie is responsible for maintaining the constant evolution of the clinic, as well as organizing and encouraging the staff to grow, both as professionals and individuals. She spends her free time reading, cycling, and is a bon vivant for craft beers and robust coffees. Rosie has two dogs, Dory and McClane, and three cats, Cotton, Skip, and Riliey.
Tami is originally from Austin, but graduated from the Vet Tech Institute of Houston in 2009. Tami shares her home with her two FIV positive cats, Louie and Maxwell. In her spare time, Tami enjoys reading, snorkeling, and traveling as much as possible.
Cristina joined our team in 2010. We share her husband, son, her 3 cats: Buba, Oliver, and Daisy; and 2 dogs: Marley and Chachis. When not at the Cat Vet Clinic, she's often found spending time with family and friends, watching the Cooking Network, listening to country music, and reading.
Heidi S. , L.V.T.
Heidi has been a member of the Cat Vet Clinic team since 2014. She graduated from the Vet Tech Institute and earned her LVT status in 2009. She is currently studying feline behavior through the International Society for Feline Behaviour advanced certification program. It is her hope that with better understanding of behavioral traits and modification techniques, she will be able to help educate owners to make life happier for them and their cats. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, creative writing and drawing, and occasionally gaming with friends and family online. Heidi shares her home with her four cats: Dimitri, Max, Bones, and Honey.