Lorna McLeod, DVM

Feline Veterinarian


Dr. McLeod (pronounced Mc “Cloud”) earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 1996 and has practiced in the Triad since 1997. 

Dr. McLeod is a member of the American Veterinary Medial Association as well as a member of the Animal Association of Feline Practitioners. She serves on the board of Humane Solution organization, a non-profit that provides low cost spay/neuter for dogs and cats(including ferals). She also enjoys traveling, representing her heritage at Scottish festivals and spending time with family.

Feline Connoisseurs 

Your Cat is Family


 

 

 

Our team is committed to educating our clients in how to keep their pets healthy with good nutrition and exercise.  We take the time to listen to our clients needs and understand their individual concerns and wishes. Cat Care Hospital recognizes that all pets need to be treated with loving care in every check-up, procedure or surgery. We treat each animal as if it were our own.

 

 

 

                              

Elisa Coccaro DVM

Feline Veterinarian


 

 

 

 

 

 

The Cat Care Hospital is pleased to announce our newest associate, Elisa Coccaro, DVM. She grew up in nearby Reidsville N.C. before attending Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine where she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Dr. Coccaro has practiced in the Greensboro and surrounding areas since 2010 and is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Association of Feline Practitioners. She has 6 cats, which demand a lot of her attention while she is at home. She also enjoys gardening, hiking, and spending time outdoors.

 


More About Our Staff

 

Matt McDaniel

Veterinary Assistant

Matt has been working in the veterinary field since 1995. His special interests are geriatrics, dentistry and fractious cats. Out of the practice interests include spending time with family, attending and volunteering at his church and outdoor activities such as overlanding and camping.

Brittney McCormick

Veterinary receptionist

Brittney is a chicken nugget enthusiast! She has two dogs, two cats and a rabbit named SUSHI!!! And highly enjoys gardening in her spare time!

Kelsey Cherry
Veterinary Assistant

Kelsey is a native of Winston-Salem and has been in veterinary industry for five years. Her family includes four felines (Smudge, Storm, Kidday and K2) and three canines (Pumpkin, Clyde and Mufasa). She is a reptile enthusiast and volunteers with wildlife rehabilitation. Kelsey also enjoys hiking, camping and fishing.

Cintia Rendon
Veterinary Assistant

Cintia is originally from Brooklyn, New York, and moved to High Point, N.C. in 2013.

She welcomed the opportunity for a new beginning when she was given the chance to grow from kennel assistant to becoming a certified veterinary assistant. She is a bilingual Spanish speaker.

Cintia has Pomeranians and a Siamese  kitty, and says they all get along! She loves to garden vegetables, hike and spend time with family. 

 

Before You Come

Print forms ahead of time


Your time is precious and so is your cat. Help us prepare your file ahead of time by filling out forms online. Are your pets vaccinations up to date? You can email or fax papers to our staff or bring them with you. 

 

 

 

Location

Right off Interstate 73


We are located at the intersection of West Gate City Blvd and High Point Road in Greensboro, North Carolina. We are right off Interstate 73 at the Gate City Blvd exit #100.

Address: 5002 High Point Road Suite E Greensboro, NC 27407

 

(If using GPS, 5002 High Point Road should get you to our location.

Just know we are in suite E near the Florist and Box Seat Restaurant.)

 

Hours of Operation

Monday

 


 7:30am — 6:00pm

 

Tuesday

 


 7:30am — 6:00pm

 

Wednesday

 


 7:30am — 6:00pm

Thursday


 7:30am — 6:00pm

 

Friday

 


 7:30am — 6:00pm

 

Saturday

 


8:00am — Noon

 

Sunday

 

Closed