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Our Team is made up of one veterinarian - Dr. Pam Cuevas - and one veterinary assistant - Daniel Cuevas. We have been together since La Grange Park Cat Clinic opened its doors. Daniel is involved in all of the tasks of the clinic. He does everything from answering the phones, to monitoring the patients, to maintaining the clinic. This allows Dr. Cuevas to focus on the patient's needs and provide the best care she can.
March of 2016, we expanded our staff again to manage communication with our clients. Melissa Friesel was hired to help us all do our jobs better. She will be answering phones, helping to update records, welcoming patients into the clinic, and giving Dan and Doctor Cuevas a hand. We are very pleased to welcome her to the team.
At La Grange Park Cat Clinic, we believe that part of our mission is to be involved in the community. Thus, all of the team members have been or are involved in various community activities.
In 2006, while still living in North Carolina, Dr. Cuevas volunteered as veterinarian for Conservators Center Inc. located outside of Mebane, NC. CCI is a nonprofit group that works to preserve endangered species. Sadly, Dr. Cuevas had to give up direct involvement when she moved to Illinois in 2008. Come see the photos in the lobby.
Additionally, Dr. Cuevas is a lector at St. Louise de Marillac Church and a member of both the Westchester Chamber of Commerce and the La Grange Park Chamber of Commerce. She also provides services for Triple R Pets (feral cat assistance) and Magnificent Mutts Rescue.
Veterinary Assistant Daniel Cuevas has been a lector at St. Louise de Marillac Church and participates in various community educational and recreational events. He has appeared in St. Louise de Marillac"s productions of "The Wizard of Oz" and "Oliver". Daniel has also been swimming instructor at a local park district.
As a group, La Grange Park Cat Clinic has been involved in the La Grange Park Empty Bowls Project, the La Grange Park Bike Fest, La Grange Park's Halloween Walk, and the annual Hinsdale Humane Society Pet Walk. In 2016, we also supported the La Grange Pet Parade.
La Grange Park Cat Clinic has an ongoing relationship with Magnificent Mutts (http://www.magnificentmutts.org/adopt/cats/) providing medical care for the cats they rescue.