Carrie Ann Mark, DVM

Diplomate, ABVP (Feline Practice)

Dr. Carrie Ann Mark is a Diplomate with the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and her undergraduate degree from Baylor University.

She has worked as a veterinarian in the Dallas /Fort Worth Area since 2003. Dr. Mark has a passionate interest for feline medicine and surgery and continuously keeps current on new advances in feline medicine.

Dr. Mark has always had a special love for cats which stems from her grandmother’s love for cats. She enjoys working with them on a daily basis. She is married with three kids, and also shares her home with two cats, Holly and Ladybug.

Lindsay – Receptionist

We are happy to have Lindsay as our receptionist at Kitten to Cat Hospital. Lindsay is a very knowledgeable receptionist and has worked as a veterinary receptionist since 2011. When you call Kitten to Cat Hospital, you will likely speak to Lindsay and she will be able to make an appointment for you or help you with a cat-related question.

Lindsay is originally from Mansfield, Ohio and moved to Texas when she was 12 years old.

She is involved in feline rescue and has a passion for “bottle baby” infant kittens. In her spare time when she is not taking care of cats and kittens, she enjoys spending time with her family especially her three nieces. She also enjoys the outdoors and spending time at the lake.

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Meredith – Veterinary Technician

Veterinary Education: Small Animal Veterinary Assisting Certificate from Cedar Valley College.

Meredith started as a kennel tech in the veterinary field. She worked her way up from kennel tech and is has been a veterinary technician for the last several years. Meredith loves working with felines.

Meredith’s hobbies include volleyball and being around horses. She likes to read for educational purposes and for pleasure.
Meredith loves cats. She picked out her first cat when she was 8 years old. His name was Puff and he was buff and white-colored Persian. She would like to get another cat soon and name him Boo Boo. In the meantime, she loves taking care of Missy, our clinic cat.

Shannen – Veterinary Technician (LVT)

Veterinary Education: Licensed Veterinary Technician and studied at the Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology.

Shannen has worked in the veterinary field for 6 years and has even worked in the zoo. She has a lot of experience with different species. She loves cats and is glad that she is now working at a feline-only hospital.

Shannen enjoys riding horses and spending time with her family. She is married and has a husband, daughter, and stepson. Shannen shares her house with three cats: Mittens, Magic and Minnie the Mouser, and two dogs Molly and Morgan.

Missy – Clinic Cat

This is Missy and she loves for people to visit “her” cat hospital. She will likely greet you in the lobby when you are checking in or out. She loves everyone!