Our Staff

About Our Animal Hospital Staff

Serving the Greensboro, NC area

Cat Clinic Staff!
At the Cat Clinic of Greensboro, our goal is to provide the very best cat care for our patients, as well as complete peace of mind for their caregivers. Knowing that our clients entrust us with their pets is an extreme point of pride for our team. 

Dr. Elizabeth Brumback Eilers, Owner
In practice since 1999

Dr. Elizabeth Brumback Eilers grew up in Greensboro, NC and attended UNC-Chapel Hill as an undergraduate before graduating from North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She practiced in small animal and emergency medicine in Wilmington, NC and in Southern California before returning to Greensboro in 2003, at which time she joined the Cat Clinic family. In January of 2010, she became the owner of the Cat Clinic.

Dr. Eilers enjoys getting to know her patients and their owners and loves the challenge and fun of feline medicine. She and her husband, Pat, enjoy being outdoors hiking, cycling, and camping, as well as anything associated with being on the water. They are happy pet parents to a crazy cat named Chuck Norris and a lovable dog named Tsali.
Dr Elizabeth Eilers - Cat Clinic

Dr. Katy Beachy
In practice since 2000

Dr. Katy Beachy originally began her college education as a theater major dreaming of the stage and bright lights of Broadway. Discovering her cat had FIV after her freshman year changed the course of her life. She went to work in the Veterinary Biosciences Department at Ohio State University the following fall. After receiving a BS in Biology, she continued on to graduate from the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000 with the intention of working solely in feline medicine. Dr. Beachy has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2000, working with both cats and dogs. She has a true love for working with cats and we are thrilled to have her as part of our Cat Clinic family. Truly a cat person at heart, she returned home to the Cat Clinic team in February 2014. She has a love of soft tissue surgery and an interest in ultrasound. She has a passion for working with clients and staff to provide the best medicine for their kitties.

In her free time she enjoys spending quality time with her beautiful children (Lexi, Logan, and Lukas) baking, hiking, watching movies, doing art projects, etc. They share their home with five crazy cats: Biscuit, Rosie, Harley, BatCat, and Minion. You can follow her on Instagram at catvetkb to find funny pictures and adoptable kittens.

Dr. Katy Beachy - Cat Clinic Vet

Dr. Liz Bolton 

Dr. Liz Bolton is thrilled to return to the Cat Clinic of Greensboro team after a 15 year hiatus!  
In 2000, Dr. Bolton was an undergraduate English and theater major at UNC-Greensboro when her childhood cat became ill with end stage kidney disease. During his treatment, Liz met many amazing women who were putting their STEM knowledge to work in the veterinary field. Having always excelled at math and science while enjoying communication and the liberal arts, Liz realized that a veterinary career was the perfect way to use all these strengths. Therefore, she joined the Cat Clinic as an assistant to begin her journey as a veterinary professional.
Within veterinary medicine, Dr. Bolton has always been most passionate about feline health. Upon graduation from NCSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007, Dr. Bolton spent several years in small animal emergency/critical care medicine. In 2010 she left emergency medicine to pursue feline only practice, most recently spending several years leading a cat hospital in western Canada. 
Dr. Bolton’s interests within feline medicine include internal medicine, geriatrics, and dentistry. She feels a special affinity for the self-defensive (aka “grumpy”) cats and endeavors to work with them to make their veterinary experience as pleasant and feline-friendly as possible. Dr. Bolton's commitment to highest quality care applies not only to her patients but also to their owners. She is steadfast in her belief that veterinarian and owner must work as a team to provide the happiest and healthiest life possible to the felines entrusted to her care. 
When not at work, Dr. Bolton can be found reading, watching movies and theater, playing board games, and traveling. She shares her home with rescue cats from geriatric (Raven and Mr. Bananas) to juvenile (Lee and Kara).

Dr. Liz Bolton - Cat Clinic Vet

Terry, RVT & Office Manager

Terry has been with the Cat Clinic since 1989 and has been a Registered Veterinary Technician since 1981. She is also the Office Manager. Terry has two cats at home, JJ and Zoey.
Terry - Cat Clinic Vet Technician

Catherine, RVT

Catherine was an employee of the Cat Clinic for seven years before she decided to become a licensed veterinary technician. She graduated from Central Carolina Community College in May 2012 with a degree in Veterinary Medical Technology. She then rejoined our clinic and is very happy to "come home" to a feline-only practice. She enjoys reading, writing poetry, music, gaming, camping, being outdoors and learning. Catherine shares her home with five feline friends and two African Grey parrots.
Catherine - Cat Clinic Vet Technician

Amy, Technician

Amy was raised on a farm in Illinois. Although there were all types of animals, cats have always been her passion. She relocated to North Carolina in 1991 and began working in veterinary medicine. Amy joined the Cat Clinic in 1998 and enjoyed 11 years nursing felines until 2010 when she left briefly to work with cats and dogs hoping to help cats feel more comfortable and welcome in a mixed practice. There just weren't enough cats around, so Amy returned in 2014 to rejoin us here in the "catmosphere" and to enjoy her career as one of the cat whisperers. As you might guess, Amy has a few cats around her house, most of them being rescues and kitties with special needs. She is also blessed with a wonderful daughter, Sophia, and a sweet doggie, Yeager. When not feeding, medicating and scooping, Amy enjoys movies and hiking with friends.
Amy - Cat Clinic Technician

Louise, Receptionist

Lou has been a receptionist at the Cat Clinic since August of 1998. She currently has three cats: Bailey, Jack, and The Honorable Mayor BrowBrow.  In additional to traveling, Lou enjoys pet sitting, local live music, and dancing. She is currently crossing things off of, and adding more to, her “bucket list.”   

Louise - Cat Clinic Receptionist

Wendy, Receptionist

Wendy has been at the Cat Clinic since October 2004. Prior to her days here, she worked at a specialty clinic, seeing animals of all kinds. When given the opportunity to work with just cats, she jumped on it! She has a love for all animals, but felines hold a special spot. She currently lives in town with her husband, two cats, and a turtle. Wendy went to ASU in Boone, NC, majoring in Anthropology and Alternative Health. Her passions are music, books, research, writing, yoga, and she has a love for all animals.
Wendy - Cat Clinic Receptionist

Lisa, Receptionist & Veterinary Assistant

Lisa joined the Cat Clinic in May 2014. She graduated from East Carolina University where she studied Public Relations but always had the desire to work with animals. Living as a cat lover married to a dog trainer, Lisa and her husband have three dogs, a rabbit, a hedgehog, and a very special cat named Halo. Lisa enjoys art, anything DIY, and the urban farm life raising backyard chickens. 

Lisa - Cat Clinic Receptionist & Vet Assistant

Jillian, Boarding & Kennel

Jillian became a member of the Cat Clinic family in 2014. She enjoys taking care of all the kitties in boarding and we are so excited to have her here. She loves spending time with each cat in boarding and makes sure that all our furry guests receive individual attention and love. When your kitty is at our clinic, either for a day visit or to board, Jillian goes out of her way to meet and greet every guest. Jillian is married with five children, three cats, and one dog and when she’s not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, going to the movies and snuggling with all of her furry babies.
Jillian - Cat Clinic Boarding & Kennel

Christy, Boarding & Kennel

Christy joined us at the Cat Clinic in August 2014. She has four feline babies of her own: Lil'B, Casper, Cisco, and Girly Girl. She works hard to ensure our visitors in Boarding are well taken care of, and receive lots of TLC while away from their homes. She also has two canine companions, Rosie and Dog. She has three wonderful kids, and one very precious granddaughter. Her favorite way to relax is fishing on the boat with her husband, Steve. 

Christy - Cat Clinic Boarding & Kennel

Rebecca, Boarding & Kennel

Rebecca joined the Cat Clinic family in September 2016. Before moving back home to Greensboro, she studied Forensic Anthropology at Western Carolina University. Eventually she wants to take steps toward continuing her education, but right now she devotes her time and passion to caring for each cat that comes to spend time at the Clinic. She loves getting to know every furry friend that comes through the door! In her time off, she enjoys spending time with her own handsome kitty Binx, her roommate, and her roommate's puppy. She loves watching tv shows and movies, playing board and video games, reading, and listening to music.
Joshy - Cat Clinic Boarding & Kennel

Jake - Cat Clinic Official Greeter

Jake is our official greeter, ambassador of goodwill, and administrative assistant. He greets everyone who comes through the door and will often try to sit in your lap or escort you to one of the waiting rooms. He loves to lick the envelopes and help with the stamps.

Toby - Cat Clinic Keeper Of Snacka and Naps

Toby is our newest Senior addition and he is in charge of snacks and naps. He loves to sleep in the chair in Dr. Eilers' office but the crinkle of a chip bag will get his attention every time
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