Dr. Wendy Simpson

Dr Wendy Simpson

Dr. Simpson is the proud owner and primary veterinarian of the new Morrisville Cat Hospital! Following her life long dream of becoming a veterinarian, she received her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from Virginia Tech. In 1995, Dr. Wendy graduated from North Carolina State University with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. In 1996, she completed an internship at Auburn University in small animal medicine and surgery. After moving back to Cary and practicing in a general small animal practice, Dr. Wendy took a position at a new all feline practice in Durham. After four successful years there, she decided to start her own feline practice closer to her home in Cary. Dr. Wendy is firmly committed to providing exceptional client service and compassionate care.

On a personal note, Dr. Wendy is married to Dr. Mathew Gerard who is a surgeon of large animals at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. They have three wonderful cats: Ollie, who is 3 years old and always into something; Gertie, who is 10 years old and loves to be in your lap; and Tess, who is 12 and a little prissy but definitely her mom’s cat!! In her spare time, Dr. Wendy enjoys Pilates, golf, water skiing, and visiting Australia (her husband’s homeland).

Dr. Kim Camacho

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Dr. Kim Camacho grew up in Hillsborough, N.C. and is proud to call herself a native North Carolinian. She attended Texas A & M University for her undergraduate degree in marine biology, then returned to the state and graduated in 1993 from NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine. Since that time, she has practiced exclusively small animal medicine. Her areas of interest include dentistry, dermatology, and preventative medicine. Dr. Camacho has always considered herself a cat person and cannot recall a time when she hasn't had cats. Currently Dr. Camacho works part-time at Morrisville Cat Hospital as well as another dog and cat practice in the area. The rest of her time is spent with her three children, Carson, Dallas, and Race. The other babies she and her husband have are three cats and one dog, Cowboy, Matisse, McTavish, and Spud.

Dr. Jaime Tarigo

Dr. Jaime Tarigo

Dr. Jaime Tarigo joined the Morrisville Cat Hospital in 2004, she has been dedicated to feline medicine for ten years. She completed her undergraduate degree in biology at Binghamton University, studied animal science at Cornell University and graduated veterinary school with honors from the University of Georgia in 2002. After practicing at cutting edge feline specialty hospitals in Maryland and Virginia, Dr. Tarigo completed a residency in clinical pathology at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and she spends part of her timing working as a board certified clinical pathologist at NCSU’s Veterinary Health Center. Her areas of interest include feline clinical pathology, infectious disease, and disease of the GI tract, liver, and pancreas. Dr. Jaime has four geriatric children at home: Blue- a beautiful silver tabby who wants to be an only child, his brother Casey- a long-haired tuxedo who rules the roost with a gentle paw, Tera- a true diva full of sweet and sass, and Hobo- the most adorable Abyssinian mix that keeps everyone else on their paws. Dr. Jaime looks forward to every day that she has the privilege to care for your cats here at the hospital.