London Cat Clinic

6 Stanley St
London, ON N6C 1A8


Dr. Sharon Rosenberg  

I graduated from the Veterinary College in Guelph, Ontario in 1989.  I spent 2 years in mixed animal practice before settling in London to do feline medicine and emergency medicine.  I purchased the London Cat Clinic in 1996 and continue to practice feline medicine, surgery, dentistry and behavioural medicine.  Besides being a Veterinarian, I enjoy reading, dancing, cycling,  the outdoors (especially sea kayaking in Georgian Bay and other more exotic locales) and travel in general.  I currently have 3 cats.


Dr. Mary-Anne Maloney  

In 2003, I graduated as a veterinarian from the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. I then spent a couple of years working with large animals, including an internship studying Equine surgery in Canada. I moved back to Canada in 2005 and worked with small animals in both emergency clinics and day practice. I started as a member of the staff at The London Cat Clinic in November, 2016. I am happy to be able to provide acupuncture for cats, and have a particular interest in pain management and in the conditions that are seen in older pets.

 My other interests include horse-riding, skiing, ultimate Frisbee and camping. I share my life with 2 cats, 1 dog and a horse.


Jennifer Eatwell, RVT

I joined London Cat Clinic in the fall of 2004, after I graduated as a Veterinary Technician from Ridgetown College, and I received my RVT status shortly thereafter. Originally from Waterloo, where I worked in a companion animal practice for a number of years while in school, I now live in London, where I enjoy life with my 2 cats, Joey and Mac. My hobbies include running, scuba diving and enjoying music.


Stephany Gauthier, RVT

I joined the London Cat Clinic in October 2016. I graduated from Northern College in 2007. From there, I went on to pursue my career in Calgary, where I worked at a small animal clinic for several years. I then decided to move back to Northern Ontario where I worked at a small animal clinic with emergency on-call services where I got to see a lot of interesting cases. After that, I settled in London. I currently have 2 cats at home named Chanelle and Dolce. My hobbies outside work include running, shopping and spending time with family and friends.

Catherine Lemieux, Receptionist 


My background is varied, but cats have always been an essential part of my life. I have "owned" many cats over the years and have done lots of fostering, specializing in caring for nursing moms and orphaned kittens. I do volunteer work for Animal Outreach and have sat on the Board of Directors for Animal Aide. I have been with the London Cat Clinic since 2006. I live in Old South with my husband and various cats. My other interests include sewing, knitting, soap-making and other crafts, and reading.