Michael S. Ray, D.V.M.
Dr. Ray is a Marietta native and graduate of Osborne High School. He received his bachelor of science at Georgia Southern University, and went on to graduate with his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida in 1997.
After graduation, Dr. Ray completed an internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Animal Specialty Group in Los Angeles. Dr. Ray has practiced exclusively at the Cat Clinic of Roswell for 12 years now.
Anna graduated from Fort Valley State University in 2015, with a B.S. degree in veterinary technology.
For most of her life growing up in the north Georgia Mountains, she had cats as pets. Now she lives in Roswell, Ga and is the mom of 3 kitties- Bill, Oliver, and Ronon.
In her spare time Anna loves reading and writing stories and poetry. She loves cats and working at The Cat Clinic of Roswell is giving her an opportunity to help her feline friends!
Briana is an aspiring veterinarian with a huge passion for animals. She spent eight years at a recue farm to rehabilitate abused and neglected horses. After the horses were rehabilitated they served as therapy animals to give horseback riding lessons for adults and children with special needs.
Briana now works at The Cat Clinic of Roswell as a veterinary technician and loves getting in more time with the smaller animals as well.
She loves hiking, camping, music, and horseback riding. You can find her anywhere in the outdoors ready for an adventure if you don’t find her at The Cat Clinic of Roswell.
Jan first started work as a medical assistant in a general surgery practice for over 10 years. Then decided to make the move to veterinary medicine where she worked in a mixed small animal practice for 12 years. The opportunity presented to work in a feline only practice in 1991 and that is where her heart is! She loves all animals but cats are her passion and she appreciates the opportunity to help them or their owners. She believe very strongly in feline practices. She has seen the difference it makes for cats (they are NOT small dogs) and for the people that love them.
In 2000, Penny elected to make a career change and her love of animals led her to work in a veterinary clinic.
Eleven years ago Penny joined Cat Clinic of Roswell and the “window to the world according to cats” was opened for her! Each work day is made that much more enjoyable by the presence of all the amazing and precious cats who grace our clinic.
Chasity grew up in Tennessee but moved to Georgia shortly after graduating high school in 2009. She has always known her love for animals especially cats since she was a child. She completed technical college at Everest Institute for medical administration and shortly after started working with the Cat Clinic of Roswell in 2011; she even did volunteer work here while going to school. Chasity is a mother to 3 children and 1 feline fur baby name Goldie.
Chasity loves her job and is very dedicated to the cats at our practice.