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APPOINTMENT

We care for your cats like they were our own!

Each and every one one of us is here because we care about cats. From our receptionists to our doctor, we all understand that each role in our hospital is crucial to proper health care. Our hospital is staffed with caring individuals that have dedicated their professional lives to providing quality health care to our feline patients.

Our staff shares in the love and compassion you have for your cats. To us, our cats are part of the family, and they make our lives more enriched and complete every day.

Dr. Kimberly Scutchfield

Dr. Kimberly Scutchfield

Owner / Veterinarian

Dr. Scutchfield is the founder and sole doctor at The Cat Doctor of Monroe. She believes in gentle, compassionate care for all her furry patients, treating each as if it were her own. Dr. Scutchfield also believes in involving the owner in the decision process for their cat’s care and will take the time to listen to their concerns and discuss the available options.

After working in the insurance and financial planning field as a licensed insurance agent and mutual funds representative for several years, Dr. Scutchfield decided to pursue her interest in animal health. Following graduation from Oakland University in 2004, Dr. Scutchfield attended the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) at Michigan State University, graduating in 2008. Dr. Scutchfield was awarded the Senior Student Award from the American Association of Feline Practitioners for her commitment to feline medicine and surgery.

Dr. Scutchfield began her professional career at a leading feline-only veterinary hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners and working toward board certification in feline medicine through the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. Dr. Scutchfield is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Michigan Veterinary Medical Association, and the Veterinary Information Network, an online service she uses to consult with specialists and other veterinarians, as well as exploring the latest advancements in feline medicine.

Melissa Bodenreider

Melissa Bodenreider

Licensed Veterinary Technician

Melissa received her veterinary technology degree in Pittsburgh in 2004, and she practiced for six years before starting a family. She rejoined the veterinary field with us in 2019. Melissa and her husband have three children as well as two dogs and three cats. Melissa is our bundle of energy, always ready to jump in and lend a hand!

Tayler LaFountain

Tayler LaFountain

Veterinary Technician

Tayler received her Associates in Veterinary Technology from Stautzenberger College in 2018. She’s been working in the veterinary field since 2015. Tayler enjoys spending time up north, kayaking, and reading. She shares her home with four cats and “Quill Smith” the hedgehog. Tayler is most likely to wear “crazy cat lady clothes” and carry on a conversation with your cat!
Donna Adamczyk

Donna Adamczyk

Veterinary Assistant

Donna has many years of experience in the veterinary field and a particular fondness for cats. Donna practices Reiki and brings a warm, calming presence to our hospital and patients. She is a frequent volunteer with Friends of Companion Animals.
Noelle Sparks

Noelle Sparks

Receptionist/Assistant

Noelle joined us in the Spring 2022 as a receptionist and assistant. Noelle’s calm nature helps our kitty patients relax during their visits. She is also our resident artist – adorning patient bags with vibrant artwork! When she’s not at work, Noelle loves to cook and visit new places.
Maggie Bowman

Maggie Bowman

Receptionist

Maggie jumped right in after joining us in the Summer of 2022. She’s outgoing and works hard to help clients receive the care and attention they deserve. Maggie shares her home with several dogs, cats and Ryder, her bearded dragon. We’re very excited she’s here!
Barbara Miller

Barbara Miller

Practice Manager

Barb has been managing and organizing the practice since 2021. Barb keeps everything running smoothly and is an integral part of our team. Barb is allergic to cats, but is happy to give cuddles and pats when she’s in the office. She shares her home with her dogs – Jack and Tucker and spends a lot of time in her other full time role of grandma!

Our Hospital Policies

Office Visits

Dr. Scutchfield is our sole doctor, and we are sometimes out of the building at a house call or holding a training meeting. To provide for a pleasant experience, office visits are by appointment. You may arrange your appointment by calling us at 734-682-5596. Please keep in mind that emergency cases will always receive top priority, followed by patients with previously scheduled appointments. A missed appointment is a missed opportunity for other patients. Please be considerate and call at least 24 hours ahead of time if you need to reschedule.

We ask that your cat be confined to a carrier to avoid any mishaps. Cats feel more secure and are safer when restricted to a carrier.

Privacy Policy

The Cat Doctor of Monroe recognizes the importance of protecting the personal privacy of its clients, its patients, and those individuals who simply visit our site. Your privacy is also protected in our hospital. At no time is any information given out about the client or the pet without the consent of the owner.

Financial Policy

Fees are set to allow us to provide you and your cat quality medical care. They not only pay for operating costs, but they allow our staff to attend continuing education and allow us to update our equipment for your cat’s health and safety. Payment is due at the time services are provided. Sorry, we do not bill.

For your convenience, we accept the following forms of payment:

Pet health insurance can help defray the costs of veterinary care. For more information on this please visit www.petinsurance.com, www.aspcapetinsurance.com, and www.trupanion.com.

Stray and Abandoned Animal Policy

The Cat Doctor of Monroe is a hospital for cats. We are unable to take unwanted cats or kittens. However, some assume that we are a shelter or rescue service. We simply do not have the facilities or funds to care for all the cats in need. If you need help finding homes for your unwanted pets, please contact a rescue shelter or organization. All cats abandoned at our hospital will be taken to Monroe County Animal Control.