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CLIENT SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES

 


 

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Our client service representatives are among the most important members of our staff. Representing our clinic requires that these individuals be highly trained and motivated. It is their responsibility to assist you and your cat in any way they can.

Their duties include:

  • Answering the phones and making sure that your questions are answered or transferred to the appropriate staff member
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Insuring that appointments and information flow properly and in a timely manner
  • Greeting you with a smile

Our client service representatives will usually be the first voice you hear and the last smiling face you see during a visit to our clinic. It is their duty and passion to be an important part of our team and help us deliver the best veterinary health care possible.

   
Bre
Bre is attending college and majoring in Communications. She would like to use her degree to help advertise homeless animals and to make people aware that help is always needed for animals. She has three cats: Winx, Chips and Amigo. Bre works as an animal assistant and as a client service representative and has been a valuable part of our team since 2009.
   
 
Angel
Angel loves animals and has been working in the veterinary field since 2010. She shares her home with husband Craig, son Kevin and four dogs: Swag, Lady, Dash and Cece. Angel enjoys spending time with her family. Their favorite hobbies are boogie boarding and dirt bike riding.
   
 
Savanna
Savanna joined our team in 2015 and has been working in veterinary clinics for about three years. As a student she was in FFA where she bred and raised goats and sheep. She has loved animals from a young age but also loves helping people. Savanna lives with kitties Gus and Sushi and hiking partner Sammi the dog.
   
   
Danielle
Danielle feels blessed to be able to work with animals, and finds this to be the most rewarding job she’s had. She has been working in vet clinics since 2012 and has gotten to know some very amazing people. She started as a receptionist and trained in other areas of animal hospitals too. She believes the hands on experiences have helped her with her own pets in many ways. She joined our team in May 2016 and says she couldn’t be happier!
   
   
Melanie loves all kinds of animals but of course her favorites are cats. She was pretty excited to join our team. Her favorite parts of working here are the great staff we have here and to see all the different personalities of cats that come in and out of our hospital. She currently lives with a chubby bunny who sometimes acts like a cat and a dog named Cheeseburger who is a ball of energy.
   
   
Zack the Cat
Zack is our hospital cat. He was born to a stray mother in Newport Beach in July of 2002. Dr. Wexler-Mitchell and her husband trapped Zack, his mother, and three siblings. After being vaccinated and sterilized, Dr. Wexler-Mitchell developed a special connection with Zack and decided to keep him at the clinic and homes were found for the other cats. Zack is a bit shy at first, but he really is a lover when he gets to know you. He follows in Henry's footsteps as a blood donor and demonstration mannequin.
   
 
Blackie
Blackie is a senior cat currently living at The Cat Care Clinic. He has had two previous owners that were no longer able to care for him. Blackie loves people and attention, but unfortunately he has severe food allergies and when he eats even a bite of things he shouldn't, his skin breaks out in scabs and he becomes very itchy.
   
   
Oliver
Oliver is our youngest team member. He was adopted from a local rescue group, and we fell in love with him immediately. He brings a new energy to our clinic and gives our senior clinic cats a break from all of the love and attention we want to give. Ollie will serve as our demonstration assistant, blood donor, and entertainer at the front desk. Ollie is still in training, so you may see him with a harness and leash so we can keep track of him and make sure he doesn't wander out.