Introducing Dr.Anna Kelton
It is with great excitement that all of us at Cat Care Clinic welcome Dr.Anna Kelton to join us in providing the best care possible for our beloved feline patients and caring, devoted clients.
As our clinic grows, we want to continue providing each patient with the patience and individualized care they need. Offering our clients appointment time options, adequate time during appointments, and our reputable excellent standard of care to all is important for us to maintain.
We could not have found a better addition to our cat-centric team at Cat Care Clinic than Dr.Kelton. We were fortunate to get to know her well during her final year at the UW School of Veterinary Medicine. During many weeks with us, she strengthened her passion for cats, her knowledge in feline medicine and behavior, and ultimately her dedication to specializing in feline veterinary medicine. Since graduating with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree, she has worked as a feline specialist at another cat-only specialty clinic in the Milwaukee area. Getting back close to her parents in one of the best cities in the world (Madison!) has helped us lure her back to the Cat Care Clinic!
Dr.Kelton will begin seeing patients beginning in July and looks forward to meeting you and your cats. Until then, here's what she has to say, "The way the appointments are run, the team effort and commitment to individual cat care, and the state-of-the-art facility are the reasons I had to come back. I couldn't get enough! The CCC is truly a special clinic. I love how smart and dedicated the CCC clientele is. They're devoted to these furry members of the family, and are always looking for the best way to help their kitties feel better, and stay feeling better. I am so excited to be a part of your cats' team!"
I, Dr.Bunger, and Dr.Rodan all continue to be committed to our patients, new and old, and will work closely with Dr.Kelton as she makes the transition to our team. As always, we and our incredible support staff continue to communicate among each other, have regular meetings and rounds, and we will all forever speak the same language...CAT!
All of us here are honored to be a part of the care of your beloved feline family members.
Katarina Luther, DVM