Dr. Norsworthy

Dr. Gary D. Norsworthy has been in private practice for 48 years, including 23 in feline-only practice. He is the owner of Alamo Feline Health Center....

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Dr. Norsworthy

Dr. Gary D. Norsworthy has been in private practice for 48 years, including 23 in feline-only practice. He is the owner of Alamo Feline Health Center. In addition to practice, he lectures frequently on feline diseases and is the editor and major author of seven feline textbooks. He is a board-certified feline specialist (one of only two in South Texas) and an Adjunct Professor at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State University and the Western University of Health Sciences. He received the 2020 Distinguished Career Achievement Award by the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. He has hosted over 100 students from veterinary schools across North America and from other countries. He and his wife Linda have been married for 52 years. They have 2 children and 4 grandchildren and live with two black cats.

Dr. Lisa Durso Keel

Dr. Lisa Durso Keel is a native Pennsylvanian. She gained her southern roots attending Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine and...

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Dr. Lisa Durso Keel

Dr. Lisa Durso Keel is a native Pennsylvanian. She gained her southern roots attending Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in the top 10% of her class in 2014. Immediately after graduation, she practiced emergency medicine for a year and was called back to bulldog country for a small animal rotating internship, which she completed in 2016. Shortly after, she relocated to Abilene, Texas with her husband, who was an Air Force pilot. His career landed them in beautiful San Antonio in 2020. They had their first child in 2021. Dr. Durso also has completed advanced courses in ultrasonography and acupuncture. She earned her board certification in canine and feline medicine in 2021. She is currently the main editor for the 6th edition of The Feline Patient, which is expected to publish in spring 2024. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family including two cats, traveling, long distance running, and anything outdoors.

Dr. Amanda Whitman

She is from a small town in Southern West Virginia. In 2015 (at age 20), she founded a non-profit feline rescue organization called Grand Cat Central....

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Dr. Amanda Whitman

She is from a small town in Southern West Virginia. In 2015 (at age 20), she founded a non-profit feline rescue organization called Grand Cat Central. Over the 4-year span it was open, the rescue took in two thousand cats from local high kill shelters to provide them with quality vet care, and adopt them out to suitable homes. Dr. Whitman and her organization won the 2016 Governor’s Service Award for the state of West Virginia for the efforts in rescuing homeless cats. She and the organization were also featured in Cat World Magazine in 2016. In 2019, Dr. Whitman was accepted to Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine, a lifelong dream. In the summer of 2022 as a senior student, she externed at Alamo Feline Health Center and was in awe of the facility, the advanced equipment, the staff, the clients, and the patients. She had never been so impressed with a vet hospital. It was decided at that time that Dr. Whitman would have a job waiting for her after graduation from veterinary school. Dr. Whitman graduated in May 2023 and was selected to receive the Feline Excellence Award for her class. The day after graduating, she and her husband (along with six cats and a dog) moved to San Antonio. In her spare time, she likes spending time with her six cats, her husband, and her Pitbull. She also likes watching and cheering for the Seattle Seahawks. Dr. Norsworthy has worked with many veterinary students and newly-graduated veterinarians. He believes that Dr. Whitman has the attitude, personal tools, and the feline knowledge to be one of the best who has worked at Alamo Feline Health Center.

Sarah L.

Sarah started at Alamo Feline in the spring of 2013. She always has a friendly and cheerful attitude and loves chatting with clients. When Sarah's no...

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Sarah L.

Sarah started at Alamo Feline in the spring of 2013. She always has a friendly and cheerful attitude and loves chatting with clients. When Sarah's not taking care of her adorable son, Oliver or traveling to tropical destinations, she is here loving on the kitties and blessing us with her sense of humor and fabulous dance moves. Although her husband is allergic to cats, they have two adorable pups, Elsie and Paul.

Kirstie

Kirstie Austin joined the team in the fall of 2016. Her bubbly personality ensures that everyone has a great day. In her spare time she enjoys game ni...

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Kirstie

Kirstie Austin joined the team in the fall of 2016. Her bubbly personality ensures that everyone has a great day. In her spare time she enjoys game nights, dancing and traveling. Of course her favorite this is meeting all the new kitties that come to visit.

Kelsey

Kelsey LaField is a San Antonio native and joined the team in spring of 2017. She was a former doctors technician here at Alamo Feline who is now a re...

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Kelsey

Kelsey LaField is a San Antonio native and joined the team in spring of 2017. She was a former doctors technician here at Alamo Feline who is now a receptionist! She has about 7 years of experience in the veterinary field and uses her knowledge to help every client. In her free time, she loves to tend to her plants, read a good book or go to the gym. She has two cats of her own Rue and Willie.

Israel

Israel joined Alamo Feline in 2020, he has been in the veterinary field for over 10 years. He is an easy going fellow who adds the calming vibe we nee...

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Israel

Israel joined Alamo Feline in 2020, he has been in the veterinary field for over 10 years. He is an easy going fellow who adds the calming vibe we need here. When he is not helping out around the clinic he is hanging out with his family and enjoying practicing music or photography. (He took our amazing photos!)

Rebekah

Rebekah Poe's love for cats has been with her since birth and was drawn to Alamo Feline Health Center to make a difference in as many cat's lives as s...

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Rebekah

Rebekah Poe's love for cats has been with her since birth and was drawn to Alamo Feline Health Center to make a difference in as many cat's lives as she is able to. She has a great love for the veterinary field and enjoys the valuable experience working here. Every day she comes to work, she is determined to care for each cat that comes into the clinic. In her spare time, Rebekah loves to read, work out, dance, and most importantly, care for her fluffy feline, Romeo.

Stacie

Stacie joined the staff at Alamo Feline in 2012 and has been a doctor’s technician for most of that time. She is currently in the power couple with ...

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Stacie

Stacie joined the staff at Alamo Feline in 2012 and has been a doctor’s technician for most of that time. She is currently in the power couple with Dr. Durso and together they are an amazing team. Stacie has taken up the reign as Head Tech and when she is not trying to keep this unruly bunch under control she is at home with her senior four legged feline Jar Jar Binks.

Aimee

Aimee has been working in the veterinary field for over 20 years and joined Alamo Feline in 2012 and hasn’t looked back since. Joining Alamo Feline ...

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Aimee

Aimee has been working in the veterinary field for over 20 years and joined Alamo Feline in 2012 and hasn’t looked back since. Joining Alamo Feline has been full of entertaining and interesting experiences. After being Dr. Norsworthy’s’ technician for 11 years and head tech for 5 years, she is now trying her hand at Practice Manager. In the few hours she isn’t at the clinic she is at home with own herd of animals, her husband and her son, Max who sometimes acts like one of the animals.

Celi

Celi came to work with Alamo Feline in 2021 and has enjoyed every minute since, at least that’s what she tells us! She came to us from a clinic wher...

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Celi

Celi came to work with Alamo Feline in 2021 and has enjoyed every minute since, at least that’s what she tells us! She came to us from a clinic where she was working with cattle, she made the switch to come work with her favorite animal of all, cats! Celi earned her CVA while working through high school and went straight in to the veterinary field after graduation. She currently lives with her one canine friend, Champa.

Blair

As a dedicated and compassionate vet tech, Blairs deep love for animals, especially cats, has been a driving force behind her career choice. With a ge...

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Blair

As a dedicated and compassionate vet tech, Blairs deep love for animals, especially cats, has been a driving force behind her career choice. With a genuine passion for their well-being, she is committed to providing exceptional care and support to every furry patient that she encounters. With Blairs two adorable cats, True and Joy, as constant reminders of the joy pets bring to our lives, she is inspired to ensure that every cat receives the highest quality care. Blair strives to create a calming and safe environment for cats, easing any anxieties they may have during veterinary visits. She am honored to play an integral role in improving the lives of cats and strengthening the bond between humans and their beloved feline companions.

Sarah C.

Sarah came to Alamo Feline from Brazil as an extern to learn a little something about cats from Dr. Norsworthy and loved it so much she stuck around (...

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Sarah C.

Sarah came to Alamo Feline from Brazil as an extern to learn a little something about cats from Dr. Norsworthy and loved it so much she stuck around (and we are grateful to have her!). Sarah studied to be a veterinarian and hopes to complete that dream here in the United States. When she isn’t working here at that clinic she is doing side projects for Dr Norsworthy and learning all about the American culture and the great city of San Antonio.

Sarah T.

Sarah T. joined the team Spring of 2023. She has a background working in veterinary Ophthalmology and with exotic pets. She moved to San Antonio with ...

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Sarah T.

Sarah T. joined the team Spring of 2023. She has a background working in veterinary Ophthalmology and with exotic pets. She moved to San Antonio with her boyfriend and 5 cats, from San Fran last Spring. She loves animals and currently has 7 cats and a dog named Boomer. In her spare time, she loves traveling, DIY projects and a good nap.

Katy

Katy came to us from Fredonia, Tx where she worked as a technician for a large and small animal practice. She can be described as an enthusiastic pers...

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Katy

Katy came to us from Fredonia, Tx where she worked as a technician for a large and small animal practice. She can be described as an enthusiastic personality! When she’s not at work you can find her dancing, at home painting or hanging out with her 3 cats and corn snake.

Clara

Clara started working at Alamo Feline in 2021 with the intentions of going into nursing but soon realized that this was the place to be. She found her...

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Clara

Clara started working at Alamo Feline in 2021 with the intentions of going into nursing but soon realized that this was the place to be. She found her love of feline medicine and is giving a try at being Dr. Norsworthy’s technician, no easy task! Clara loves going to concerts and hanging out with Nevilles sister Ginny, who she decided to take home, in her free time.

Alyssa

Alyssa came to us in 2017 where she previously worked as an animal control specialist, which helped to spark her passion for veterinary medicine. She ...

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Alyssa

Alyssa came to us in 2017 where she previously worked as an animal control specialist, which helped to spark her passion for veterinary medicine. She is now teamed up with Dr. Whitman, if you are lucky enough to see this dream team you will leave with a smile on your face! She enjoys spending time outside of work with her fur babies Mouse, Chunk and Appa.

Neville

Staff Coordinator When his sister Ginny when to live with one of the techs, Neville knew that was his chance to shine. He took ov...

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Neville

Staff Coordinator When his sister Ginny when to live with one of the techs, Neville knew that was his chance to shine. He took over the micromanaging of the techs in the back. He makes sure they stay on task, toys, treats, and pets are always top priority. my inner greatness…

Chama

Behind the scenes If you are lucky you may get to see me, sometimes I bestow the privilege of a pet to some people. I am far too bea...

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Chama

Behind the scenes If you are lucky you may get to see me, sometimes I bestow the privilege of a pet to some people. I am far too beautiful for the common human to touch. The humans that work here are still learning that I am to be pampered with no real acknowledgement as any true cat should. While humans are beneath me, for the most part I love other cats and am an amazing momma cat. I am very progressive in that way. I help out around here and monitor patients for the humans around here. While I may have all the looks I also have the brains, I consult with Dr. Norsworthy about surgical procedures and treatments. In my free time I like to chase toys. My favorite thing is to put my kills in the middle of the floor so the humans here can praise me for the great job I have done, don't get me started on my ability to catch that red light that comes from the magical object.

Philbert aka Phil

Investment adviser, CFO (chief feline officer) The way the economy is going you can be sure I am saving my cat nip knots for hard ti...

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Philbert aka Phil

Investment adviser, CFO (chief feline officer) The way the economy is going you can be sure I am saving my cat nip knots for hard times. I have to keep an eye on everyone here to make sure they are being frugal and smart with the food and treats. I make sure to clean every last morsel that these other wasteful cats leave in the bowl. I have been trying to advise Dr. Norsworthy to invest in plenty of cat condo real estate and to be sure to put his money in the cat treat market. So far he hasn't listened and that will be why he will never get to retire. I don't have free time because I spend most of my time on standby in the office in case Dr. Norsworthy needs to discuss business management.

Preto

Technician Therapist I enjoyed my prior job as boarding manager but when we had to shut down boarding because of Covid I knew I was...

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Preto

Technician Therapist I enjoyed my prior job as boarding manager but when we had to shut down boarding because of Covid I knew I was destined for greater things. I was moved downstairs where all the action happens. When I am not saving lives, I am helping to keep the technicians mental health on track with a neck massage or a nice lap sit. A purring cat is proven to reduce stress by 99.9%.