Our Staff


Courtney has joined us from down the valley.  Everyday she loads up the sherpas and treks up the range.  She has a wealth of vet nursing experience as well as 2 years of Vet tech under her belt.  Always up for a chat, she tap dances her way through work.  She has a soft spot for every cat that comes through, but unfortunately for her, she already has a menagerie at home.  Otherwise she would be the youngest crazy cat lady known.



Hannah has come to us without a lot of experience in vet ursing but a wealth of experience in customer care. We were very proud to help her achieve her Cert IV in nursing. She has thrived at work and is doing a fabuous job running puppy preschool. Her infectious laugh gets us through many a difficult day.  She is a loud and proud owner of Holly the dachshund.

Happy graduation Hannah



Fergus came into our lives via the RSPCA.  After having lost our beloved Al, it was a long time before we could consider having another surgery cat.  But this cheeky guy won our hearts – even Michael’s.

teaching Fergus to dress up. Not very successfully
Teaching Fergus to dress up. Not very successfully


It was a shock having a kitten around, and we are hard pushed to keep up with his antics.  But he is full of cuddles and purrs.  just what we need after a hard day.



Fergus hating on Collingwood




Al – RIP


Al came to us as a 9 month old cat when we had first started the business.  At that time, we had the heartbreaking job of doing the euthanasia at the local pound. He was scheduled for the chop, as he was an ugly, skinny cat but he was such a gorgeous nature we didn’t have the heart to do it.  We put him up for adoption, but it wasn’t long before we realised he was destined to stay.  He now rules the back rooms, and supervises the girls at the desk.  An avid Carlton supporter, like Mick, he gets very grumpy when his team loses.

Al- not happy with the wooden spoon
Al – king of the surgery