© Copyright Cavanaugh Pet Hospital, 2016 All Rights Reserved
Management
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2400 N.W. South Outer Road

Blue Springs, MO 64015

" Helping people enjoy healthy pets"

Missy

Head Cat in Charge

Missy   became   part   of   the   Cavanaugh   team   in   2007.   She   was   a   single   mom   who   had   very   recently   become   an empty-nester.   Missy   showed   up   at   the   Cavanaugh   home   looking   for   work   in   exchange   for   food   and   shelter. Missy   adapted   to   the   sweet   life   very   quickly.   Unlike   her   co-worker   Gizzy,   Missy   is   very   much   a   micro-manager. You   can   often   find   her   at   the   reception   desk,   working   hard   as   paperweight   and   meowing   orders   to   the receptionists.   When   she's   not   weighing   down   the   front   desk,   she's   busy   warming   the   laps   and   hearts   of   our staff   and   clients.   In   her   spare   time,   Missy   enjoys   sleeping,   playing   with   toy   mice,   sleeping,   eating,   and sleeping.

Gizzy

Security Cat

Gizmo,   or   "Gizzy,"   became   a   member   of   the   Cavanaugh   Pet   Hospital   family   in   2008   when   she   was   brought   in to   be   euthanized.   Dr.   Cavanaugh   and   staff   couldn't   bear   to   lose   the   life   of   such   a   lovely   lady,   so   they   decided   to put   her   to   work   as   a   clinic   cat   instead.   She   doesn't   micro-manage,   but   she   visits   the   front   desk   a   couple   of times   a   day   to   make   sure   the   receptionists   are   staying   on   task,   and   to   snatch   her   daily   snacks.   Gizzy's   favorite activities include resting on the dryer, sunbathing on the cat tree and catching treats mid-air.
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Mr.   Beans   came   to   the   clinic   as   a   rescue,   but   likes   it   here   so   much   that   he   plays   a   snarly   and   cantankerous   old man   if   anyone   shows   interest   in   adopting   him.      He   is   the   talker   among   the   feline   staff   and   is   known   to   have deep and meaningful conversations with anyone who will stop and “meow” with him. 

Mr. Beans

© Copyright Cavanaugh Pet Hospital, 2016 All Rights Reserved
Management
.

2400 N.W. South Outer Road

Blue Springs, MO 64015

" Helping people enjoy healthy pets"

Missy

Head Cat in Charge

Missy   became   part   of   the   Cavanaugh   team   in 2007.   She   was   a   single   mom   who   had   very recently     become     an     empty-nester.     Missy showed   up   at   the   Cavanaugh   home   looking   for work   in   exchange   for   food   and   shelter.   Missy adapted   to   the   sweet   life   very   quickly.   Unlike her    co-worker    Gizzy,    Missy    is    very    much    a micro-manager.   You   can   often   find   her   at   the reception   desk,   working   hard   as   paperweight and   meowing   orders   to   the   receptionists.   When she's   not   weighing   down   the   front   desk,   she's busy   warming   the   laps   and   hearts   of   our   staff and   clients.   In   her   spare   time,   Missy   enjoys sleeping,     playing     with     toy     mice,     sleeping, eating, and sleeping.

Gizzy

Security Cat

Gizmo,   or   "Gizzy,"   became   a   member   of   the Cavanaugh   Pet   Hospital   family   in   2008   when she    was    brought    in    to    be    euthanized.    Dr. Cavanaugh   and   staff   couldn't   bear   to   lose   the life   of   such   a   lovely   lady,   so   they   decided   to put   her   to   work   as   a   clinic   cat   instead.   She doesn't   micro-manage,   but   she   visits   the   front desk   a   couple   of   times   a   day   to   make   sure   the receptionists    are    staying    on    task,    and    to snatch     her     daily     snacks.     Gizzy's     favorite activities      include      resting      on      the      dryer, sunbathing   on   the   cat   tree   and   catching   treats mid-air.
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Cavanaugh Pet Hospital
Mr.   Beans   came   to   the   clinic   as   a   rescue, but   likes   it   here   so   much   that   he   plays   a snarly   and   cantankerous   old   man   if   anyone shows   interest   in   adopting   him.      He   is   the talker   among   the   feline   staff   and   is   known   to have    deep    and    meaningful    conversations with   anyone   who   will   stop   and   “meow”   with him. 

Mr. Beans