Our Careteam

Erika
Office Manager
Ever since she was a child, Erika has felt a connection with the earth’s creatures—she even tended to insects and reptiles. Erika has wanted to work directly with pets for as long as she can remember, and getting to help the area’s pets and animal owners here at All Cats Care Center is a dream come true! She serves as one of the clinic’s Office Manager.

Erika grew up here in Webster and spent six years tending to horses at a local riding stable. She then worked for a dog and cat rescue for another six years before turning her attention to feline medicine and joining the All Cats Care Center family in the fall of 2016. As a receptionist, Erika finds that her favorite part of her work is getting to meet new companions and owners on a daily basis—she never tires of swapping fun pet stories!

When she isn’t here at the hospital, spending time with her three cats at home, or volunteering with a local animal rescue organization, Erika likes drawing, painting, watching movies, and playing the flute. She’s classically trained and has been playing since the age of seven! Erika is also an avid photographer and even uses her skills to contribute to her rescue organization’s publications.
Elizabeth
Receptionist, Veterinary Assistant
Elizabeth has tended to the needs of family pets for as long as she can remember, and she’s never taken for granted the lasting impact they can have. By the time she started volunteering with her local Humane Society and getting to work hands-on with animals, her mind was made up: for Elizabeth, a career in veterinary medicine was simply a perfect fit!

Elizabeth is from the Rochester area, and spent several years developing her customer-service skills in the retail world before signing on with the Humane Society to help process pet adoptions. It wasn’t long before she was hired on as an employee and became an Animal Care Attendant. Next, Elizabeth started working as an assistant at a local veterinary clinic before joining the All Cats Care Center team in May of 2017. She serves as a receptionist and Veterinary Assistant, and has a special interest in animal nutrition. Most of all, Elizabeth likes to see the direct impact her work can have on the lives of a pet and their loving family.

Away from work, Elizabeth enjoys reading, bird-watching, and spending time with her cats, Piper and Tiger, at home.
Jess
Veterinary Technician
Jess has fond memories of watching her favorite Animal Planet programs while growing up, and those early influences made a lasting impression. She’s always known that a career spent caring for pets hands-on would suit her perfectly! That’s why Jess decided to become a Veterinary Technician.

Jess is from Ontario, New York and attended Monroe Community College for her pre-requisite coursework before earning her degree in veterinary technology from Genesee Community College. She joined the All Cats Care Center team as an intern in the summer of 2018, and was offered a part-time position as a Kennel Attendant shortly afterward. Now, she’s a Veterinary Technician!

Around the hospital, Jess enjoys venipuncture and examining samples under the microscope. Most of all, she loves to spend time around feline patients day in and day out, as well as other cat-lovers just like herself.

Jess’s interests away from work include working out at the gym, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Cheryl
Veterinary Assistant
Cheryl entered the world of music education before jumping into the veterinary field, but it didn’t take long for her to realize that her heart wasn’t truly in it. When the opportunity arose for her to work in an animal hospital, she knew that she couldn’t pass up her chance. That was more than 22 years ago—Cheryl has been a veterinary professional ever since!

Cheryl was born in Rochester and raised in Mendon, New York. She signed on as a part-time Kennel Assistant at an animal clinic only a half-mile from her home in 1996, and she hasn’t looked back since. Cheryl was quickly promoted to a full-time position and would end up helping pets and animal parents there for 11 rewarding years! She continued working in the world of veterinary care and recently joined the All Cats Care Center family as a Veterinary Assistant. Her favorite part of every day is chatting one-on-one with the area’s pet owners and meeting their loveable companions.

At home, Cheryl and her husband of 30 years, Richard, share their lives with eight wonderful cats. When she isn’t here at the clinic or doting on her own pets at home, Cheryl enjoys playing various instruments—she’s a percussionist and saxophonist, and is learning the bass guitar—and running long-distance races. She’s a triathlete and ran her first 50K when she was 50 years old!