Courtney Cameron DVN
Hello! I am Courtney, a qualified Veterinary Nurse of 12 years with a huge love for cats.
I am married and have two gorgeous wee boys, Lincoln and Zeke, who are aged 3 and 2.
I have previously worked in small animal clinics in both London and Auckland. I worked at The Auckland Cat Clinic in Mount Eden prior to relocating to London, and whilst living in London, I was the surgical nurse at Kitten to Cat, Londons only cat only clinic.
We have 2 furbabies, Casper and Lennox.
Casper is a 7 year Siamese Ragdoll Cross (yes, he is a little disproportionate!). Casper was presented to me at the last clinic I worked at in an appalling state. He was only a matter of weeks old and it was unknown whether he would make it through the night. A lot of nursing, cuddles and TLC managed to help him pull through.
Sadly, Casper was put to sleep on July 21st after suffering a second neurological episode believed to be associated with a lesion on his brain. He was a precious boy and will be forever missed.
( March 6th 2012 - July 21st 2019 )
Lennox is an 11 month old DSH Ginger and White Tabby. She was found living underneath the deck of a West Auckland flat by the occupants and they called Feline Fanatics seeking help. She was found to be underweight however, she was in very good health, well socialised and house trained. Lennox and I quickly formed a lovely bond and the decision was made to welcome her in to our little family as her forever home. She now rules our household and has us wrapped around her little paws!
I have 2 other cats, Tobias and Jed, both aged 13 years, whom I acquired during my Veterinary Nursing training. They reside with my parents and are waited on hand and foot.
I am a fully confessed cat lover and believe cats should be provided only the best of care when their families and loved ones are away from home. As they are home bodies who enjoy human company (sometimes on their own terms!) and can be easily spooked by new surroundings or sudden change, I am a great supporter of in-home pet care.
I would love to get to know your feline friend and provide the best possible care for them while you are away.
I look forward to hearing from you!