Kalen Faber, DVM
Dr. Kalen Faber graduated from North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2003. After moving to St. Petersburg, Florida, she was an associate veterinarian at Central Animal Hospital for 10 years.
For the past few years she has been working for other veterinarians when they cannot be in their offices, working in spay/neuter clinics, and running a house-call practice devoted to cats. She has always had a strong interest in feline medicine and constantly alludes to an accurate statement that she learned in vet school, “Cats are not small dogs.”
In March 2016, she purchased All Cats Hospital and has been caring exclusively for cats ever since.
She lives in Seminole with her husband, Peter, and their three cats; Zack, Mojo and Florence.
Her interests, other than animals, include sports and listening to music. She loves to watch the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Rays. She also enjoys scuba diving, bowling and golfing.
Her community contributions include membership in the Northeast Exchange Club (NEX), a service club whose national mission is the prevention of child abuse. She helps organize and staff Ribfest, the NEX fundraiser that has donated over 3.5 million to local children’s charities. She was a member of the 1,000 Bitches at SPCA Tampa Bay for 2 years. She also performed surgeries monthly at Spay Day, an all volunteer trap-neuter-release (TNR) project for feral cats in Tampa for 10 years.
Irene Lee, DVM
Dr. Lee has always been a cat lover since she was little, and she was always the kid who brought sick stray cats home. Over the years, the desire to be able to help the strays inspired her to pursue her goal of becoming a feline veterinarian! She graduated from Florida State University with a Biology degree, and then she graduated with Honors from the College of Veterinary Medicine at University of Florida in 2002.
While in veterinary school, Dr. Lee served as the President of the student chapter of the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) and was an advocate for promoting feline education and hands-on experience for her fellow students. She worked closely with feline expert Dr. Levy and had published journals in the Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association. At graduation, Dr. Lee was recognized for her excellence in feline medicine and surgery by the AAFP.
Dr. Lee was an active volunteer for Operation Catnip, a local TNR (trap-neuter-return) program for feral cats while she was at school. After graduation, she continued to be a volunteer of TNR program at Coalition of Tampa for over 10 years.
Dr. Lee has worked at several feline hospitals in the Tampa Bay area since 2002. She is a member of AAFP and AVMA. She and her husband Jimmy have two kids, Gracie and Aaron. They share their home with four cats, Charlotte, Pumpkin, Chicken, and Daisy. They also have several fish tanks to entertain the cats >^..^<
May-Li Cuypers, DVM, DACVIM
Dr. May-li Cuypers received her DVM degree from the University of Florida in 1992. After two years in general practice, she completed her residency in internal medicine at Louisiana State University.
She is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and has been in private referral practice since 1997. She performs ultrasounds, echocardiograms, and endoscopy.
Dr. Cuypers sees patients at All Cat Hospital so there is no need to take your cat to an unfamiliar facility. She is usually available to see patients within 1 to 2 days, but may be available on the same day for a critical patient. We feel incredibly fortunate that Dr.Cuypers helps us help our patients.
Dr. Cuypers is also a world class triathlete and adventure racer.
Ann Klein, Certified Veterinary Technician
Ann has been a Certified Veterinary Technician for going on 30 years, 24 of which have been with All Cats Hospital. She is a graduate of SPC. Ann lives in Clearwater with her husband Jim and their 3 legged dogs Rocky and Freckles. She also has 3 cats Jacques, Charlotte and Cloud, all adopted from All Cats Hospital.
Ann enjoys reading, quilting and spending time with her granddaughter Jade.
Tamara Creasman, Certified Veterinary Technician
Tamara graduated from St. Petersburg College in 2005 with a degree in veterinary technology. That same year she started working at All Cats Hospital as a Certified Veterinary Technician. She started her time there with only one cat, Ryo-Ohki. Since then she has acquired four more. Grendel, Jezza, Wednesday, and Minion. Three of the new additions were through All Cats. She also has a dog named Happy Jack and a corn snake named Ianto. When she isn’t helping kitties feel better at All Cats, she spends her time writing, playing video games, reading, and contemplating home improvement projects. She has written four novels, which she hopes to publish someday, if they ever get out of the editing stage.
Pat Henson, Certified Veterinary Technician
Once upon a time, long, long ago, Pat graduated from the SPC Vet Tech program. After working in a mixed animal practice for 28 years and the SPCA for 3 years, she joyfully joined the All Cats team in 2008 with her growing kittie clan including Spike, Butters, Effie, and more! In her free time she fosters and raises orphan kittens. Over the last 30+ years she has raised and adopted out thousands of babies to loving homes. She is happy that many of these precious babies have been adopted by the wonderful circle of our All Cats family of clients and staff ; ) There are always more so please keep adopting!!
Natalie Meadow-Arndt, Certified Veterinary Technician
Natalie moved from Arizona to Florida in 2005. From a very young age, she had a passion to help animals. She recalls her first pet was a stray calico cat named Pumpkin that she would push around in a baby buggy. She pursued that passion and graduated with a degree in Veterinary Technology from St. Petersburg College in 2013. She shares her home with her spouse, three dogs, Chloe, Casper and Willow and four cats, Tucker, Noel, Gabriel and Simon Peter. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going to the beach, paddle boarding and other various outdoor activities. She joined the All Cats Hospital team in September 2017.
Deb Attreau, Receptionist
Deb has been a veterinary receptionist for over 20 years. Her first front desk job was right here at All Cats in 1995 and she rejoined the “team” in 2012. If you ask her, she’ll be the first to tell you, she loves what she does.
Deb and her husband of 45 years share their home with 2 crazy dogs and 7 cats (several of those, of course, were adopted from All Cats Hospital). It can be a dangerous place to work for a lover of the feline species.
In her spare time Deb enjoys reading, gardening, movies and finding new exciting restaurants for leisurely weekend lunches with friends.
Julie Blaskovich, Hospital Assistant
Julie is originally from Chicago but moved to St. Petersburg in 2009. She has been working in Animal Hospitals for about 15 years filling various positions. Julie and her husband Scott have 2 teenagers, 5 dogs and a new kitten that they adopted from All Cats Hospital. Julie enjoys riding her horse, running and yard work!
Vicki Lance, Office Manager
Vicki is a Michigan native. There she earned her BS in Speech Pathology at Central Michigan University. Upon graduation she realized that her truest passion was for helping animals and so she discontinued her Speech Path career and has been working in various capacities with animals ever since.
Vicki shares her home with her husband Kevin, 2 large pooches Ghita and Buddha, and 3 cats Blitz, Twiggy, and Savvy.
In her spare time Vicki enjoys listening to music of all genres (but especially live acoustic), cooking, trying new cuisines, herb gardening, biking, golfing, visiting friends and family in Michigan (as well as entertaining them when they visit), and road trips with her husband.