5170 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224
Tel: (412) 681-1122
Dr. Bob Bebko opened the Cat Clinic and Hospital in April of 1979. A biology graduate of Gannon University, Dr. Bebko graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1975. Before coming to Pittsburgh, Dr. Bebko worked for three years at one of the first feline practices in the U.S. Dr. Bebko served as a board member for the American Association of Feline Practitioners and as a member of the Credentialing Committee for ABVP in Feline Practice for many years. Besides the resident clinic cats, Dr. Bebko lives with his cats Buster and Harry, and his dog, Lu.
Geri and her husband walked in to the Cat Clinic a few months after it opened, and it wasn't long before she became an employee. That was back in 1983! There probably isn't a cat owner that doesn't know Geri and appreciate all of the care and concern she gives the Cat Clinic and all of the patients and their human owners. Geri and her husband currently live with an indoo, 'neurotic' cat, Coco, and an outdoor cat that has adopted them, Chewy. All of them are entertained by their red ear slider turtle, Bertha.
Dr. Boccella graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. Initially he worked as an equine veterinarian, but started working with small animals two years later. Chances are, if you have been a client at the Cat Clinic for a number of years, you have met Dr. Boccella. He started working part-time for with us in the Fall of 2005, and continues to see cats at the clinic one or two days a week. Cats and horses are his favorite species. He spends his free time with his wife, kids and his cat, Mr. Lopez.
Dr. Sara Andux
Emily graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1999 with a BS in microbiology. After working in a lab for 15 years, she decided she to apply for a full-time position at her favorite veterinary clinic. She lives in her dream home with her husband and five cats. When she isn’t reading, she loves to attend estate sales, thrift stores, and watch horror movies.
As a child, Jennifer always new she wanted to work with animals. In high school, she attended a technical high school and enrolled in animal science courses. As a sophomore, she was hired as a grooming assistant and trained to become a groomer. After high school she attended a community college and then started at the Vet Tech Institute of Pittsburgh. Jennifer started working at the Cat Clinic in 2007.
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