Fox Valley Cat Clinic LLC

1201 Tuckaway Lane
Menasha, WI 54952

(920)882-2287

foxvalleycatclinic.com

 


Dr. Flatley and StringbeanDr. Maureen Flatley graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. 

She is a Wisconsin native, and has been enjoying small animal practice in Wisconsin for the last 20+ years. In 2004, she established the Fox Valley Cat Clinic.

She has a strong interest in Integrative Medicine,  Feline Internal Medicine, Dentistry, and Animal Behavior Medicine.

Dr. Flatley received her Certification in Veterinary Chinese Herbal Medicine  from The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, and is  Certified  in Medical Acupuncture  from Colorado State University Veterinary School.   

She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Feline Practitioners as well as the American Association of Veterinary Acupuncture and the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association.Dr. Flatley's cats Peabody and Pose

 

She shares a home with her husband Tom, faithful dogs Max and Fergus, and her cats Posie and Phoebe.  In her free time, she is a sea-kayaker, wilderness canoeist, and cross country skier.
     

               What about Dr. Flatley's CONTINUING EDUCATION?

 

Kim, CVT and her husband Nick in ItalyKim, C.V.T.- Kim grew up on a family owned and operated dairy farm constantly surrounded by animals. She attended UW Oshkosh and earned a Fine Arts degree in Photography and Applied Design. After graduating, she went to work full time in a pastry shop where she baked and decorated cakes. She went back to school a year later at MATC for their Veterinary Technician program. Since graduating from MATC, she has been working with small animals. Her favorite parts of the job are client education, getting to know the patients, and doing her part to make an improvement in an animal's life. Kim currently lives in Oshkosh in a fixer upper, 100+ year old house with her husband Nick, 1 cat (Roxas), and 2 dogs (Diamond and Trip). These days, she spends the majority of her spare time playing with her children, Aurora, Freya, and Brady, who are quickly becoming animal lovers themselves.

 Kim's cat Roxas   


Peggy (Receptionist and Veterinary Assistant) has been a Neenah resident for most of her life. Peggy and her husband, Mike, have two adult sons and three grandchildren to keep them entertained. Foster their dog enjoys being the only "kid" in the house now. Peggy has been in the veterinary field since 1993. She joined Dr. Flatley in March, 2004, when the Fox Valley Cat Clinic opened. In her free time, Peggy enjoys cooking, hiking, camping, and spending time with her family.

                          

Wendy (Receptionist) grew up in Menasha and has lived there her whole life. She has worked at the Fox Valley Cat Clinic with Dr. Flatley since 2008. Wendy's family is her pride and joy! She has 2 adult children, Victoria and Noah, 1 energetic grandson, Hugo, and a very spoiled, diva kitty, named Margie whom she adopted from Orphan Animal Rescue as a kitten. Wendy is a proponent of adoption and finding loving homes for homeless pets and is passionate about responsible pet ownership and owners providing the necessary care to keep their pets healthy. She loves seeing all the beautiful patients when they visit the clinic and enjoys listening to the owners tell their unique stories about their fur-babies! In her spare time, Wendy likes to exercise, read, garden, travel, and spend time with her family. She tries to spend as much time as she can in the sun....or at least as much as Wisconsin weather can provide.

                 


 Karla with 2 of her fuzzy buddiesKarla C.V.T .graduated from Madison Area Technical college in 1990, obtaining her state license the same year.She resides in Appleton with her husband, John and two kids, Emily and Austin who share the same love for animals. Karla is constantly surronded by animals both large and small and is a familiar face to any of our frequent boarding cats.