Deb has been with MCH since 2014, shortly after moving here from northern Virginia. She has always loved cats and has shared her home with over 20 cats in her lifetime. Deb’s prior career was in a different industry, but she volunteered with cat rescue for over 10 years and always desired to work in an animal hospital with cats. Deb is grateful to be able to witness the love and bond that humans share with these fascinating creatures. She is passionate about helping our clients and addressing their needs and concerns. Deb is married with three adult daughters. While she is not at the hospital, Deb enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her two cats (adopted from Morrisville Cat Hospital) and two. She also enjoys walking, yoga, traveling, doing new things, and volunteering at Rex Hospital


Gabby joined MCH’s team in August 2016. When she is not working part-time you can find her pursuing her degree in Agriculture Business Management with a minor in Animal Science at North Carolina State University. She has been passionate about all animals since a young age. Before coming to the veterinary field she worked as a kennel caretaker for cats and dogs. In her free time she enjoys cooking, doing yoga, and spending time with her animals at home including two cats, a dog, and two horses.


Mike Joined MCH in October 2019 as a veterinary receptionist. He received a B.A. in History from Virginia Tech, naturally engendering a variety of careers in customer service. It wasn’t until Mike was in his thirties that he became an ailurophile, fostering cats until they found forever homes. When Mike isn’t trying to convince his wife that she is not allergic to cats, he enjoys reading, playing guitar, and attending live music and theater.


Katie joined the MCH team in March of 2020. She received her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Biology with a minor in history at William Peace University. She has always had a love for all animals, but cats hold a special place in her heart. She has a passion for helping others and is thankful to have the opportunity to witness the warmth and affection people have for their fur babies. When she is not at the hospital, you can find her reading, cooking, and painting, all in the company of her own beloved cat.