Morrisville Cat Hospital
100 Keybridge Dr Ste A, Morrisville, NC 27560
Phone: (919) 459-7411
Primary Phone: (919) 678-1559
Phone: (919) 678-1559
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07/11/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Dr. Wendy Simpson is the best vet I have EVER had the experience of meeting. When my parents cats got sick, she took incredible care of them. She extended our diabetic cats life by almost a year, helped us find the reason for another cats seizures and even came out to our house to put our cat to sleep so that he could be comfortable at home. When my cat, Eddie, got sick, my father sent me over to Dr. Wendy. She took incredible care of him and you could just tell that she had genuine concern for his well being. She gave me detailed instructions on how to continue his care at home and even gave her cell number so she could help me out over the weekend. I will never waste my time with another vet as long as she is within driving distance.
10/01/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Moving here from Miami with my mainecoon, I only wanted the best for him, since I never found that in Miami. I was told of her by a client. SHE and her staff goes above and beyond. I later had MY MOM's cat taken there, he became a special needs cat, and Dr Wendy and her staff helped us have him about 9 more months that we would have had, til the end, I trusted her and know her decisions was based on passion and not money. I HIghly suggest DR Wendy, I never thought she was expensive, one gets what on pays for. My animal and his care has no pricetag.
09/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
After moving to the Raleigh area this summer, I was concerned about where to take my two cats (~9yo and 10yo), especially considering the older one has been on liver medication and has arthritis issues in his back hips.
I had noticed the MCH when my husband I dined at a nearby restaurant. I also read the reviews on citysearch and decided to try them for the cats' annual check-ups.
I love the fact that MCH is cat-only: no dogs or scary sounds for my kitties (who are always traumatized to go to the vet). Every single person on their staff obviously loves cats and made both me and my husband feel very welcome. I cannot comment enough on how nicely they treated the cats.
We saw Dr. Camacho - an excellent doctor. Our technician was especially gentle and kind to the cats. Dr. was very thorough and offered great advice on how to treat our older, overweight cat's arthritis and food intake. Our older cat is losing weight and seems to be on the right track for an even more comfortable life.
The price was a lot more expensive than what I have ever paid for my cats and their full geriatric panels. However, I am a full believer in 'you get what you pay for' and don't mind the extra cost because it appears to directly relate the the quality of care my cats are receiving.
The only downside to our initial appointment was the time (our first check-up time was almost two hours, we waited quite a while to see the doctor and then to be checked out). Because they couldn't find the older cat's bladder, we took both in at a later date to have bloodwork and urine taken. I wasn't expecting to pay for a full day of boarding for both of them - especially considering that cost (an extra $40 for both) hadn't been warned to us ahead of time.
All things considered, I'll definitely continue to take my cats to MCH as long as we are living in the Raleigh area, can afford it. If you are a cat lover and want nothing but the best for your babies - this is the place to go.
05/26/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I have several cats, and before Morrisville Cat Hospital opened had been to many of the veterinarians in Cary (where I live), none of them ever felt ""right"" for myself or my cats. Our search ended once Morrisville Cat Hospital opened and we were fortunate enough to meet the wonderful Dr. Wendy Simpson and her caring staff. There would not be enough space here to go into all the positive things I could say about Dr. Wendy, but instead I'll reiterate what others have shared in their reviews. It is crystal clear that Dr. Wendy has a true love and compassion for not only cats, but their owners! Others have posted about never feeling rushed, and how Dr. Wendy spends as much time as needed with you and your cat. I can't emphasize that enough. Dr. Wendy has gone above and beyond for me and my cats in ways no one ever has before, and I am truly thankful for finding her. If you have had bad experiences with other veterinarians or are just looking for a new place for yourself and your cat(s) - consider your search over!
03/04/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I created this account for the sole purpose of singing the praises of the wonderful people at Morrisville Cat Hospital. My husband and I started taking our two cats, Ryo and Heffer, to MCH 5 years ago, when we lived in an apartment 5 minutes from the clinic. When we bought a house in Holly Springs in 2004, there was never any question about vet care; we wanted to keep taking our girls to Dr. Wendy, even though it meant an additional 30 minutes or so of driving with very unhappy felines. It's well worth it! Dr. Wendy is always the picture of calm, always very gentle with our girls (even when the girls themselves are being less than well-behaved...). She takes the time to explain to us what she's done during their appointments and what we should do in terms of aftercare, whether it's something as simple as as their annual shots or something more complex, like their most recent visit (when Heffer had a sprained front leg and a draining tract on one of her back toes...which, as it turns out, could be related to a shoddy declawing job done by the vet her previous owner used). We can tell she's doing what she does because she genuinely loves helping pets, and the staff's love of cats is obvious...every time we go, there's a new stray in the front office, waiting for the right loving home (and trust me, were it not for my husband, they'd probably all be coming home with me). We've never had a negative experience at the clinic, and Dr. Wendy and the staff are really like family.
We would never consider trusting the care of our two precious girls to anyone else, and can't recommend MCH enough. Thanks for all you guys do, Dr. Wendy and staff!!
02/05/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I've been taking our two cats to see Dr. Simpson since we moved to Raleigh in 2004. She's always been great: very knowledgeable, friendly, and caring. Her office staff is also outstanding; they keep detailed and accurate records of both my cats' shots and visits and send postcard reminders for routine appointments.
However, I've noticed whenever I have a non-routine issue with one of my cats lately, the office is VERY slow to respond, despite the receptionist assuring me that they will get back to me ""in the next few minutes"". One of my cats is prone to eating things he shouldn't and, though we're very careful to remove such items from his reach, there have been two slip ups in the past two years. Both times, I was very worried and concerned, of course. Despite my obvious distress, both times I had to wait HOURS to receive a return phone call from Dr. Simpson. While I understand that she may have ""very busy afternoons"", as I was informed by the staff, I feel my cats deserve at least the same amount of care and attention as her office appointments when I have the VERY occasional non-routine issue.
I probably will continue to go to Morrisville Cat Hospital for a little while longer, but only until my search for another vet is successful.
08/22/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I got 2 kittens at the same time exactly a year ago. They had none of their shots yet and I didn't know their history. I took them both to Dr. Simpson because the office is close to where I live and I'm very lucky to have happened upon this office. They do thorough exams, and Dr Simpson will spend all the time required to answer all your questions. As new kitten owners my husband and I had tons of questions and she stayed with us for more than an hour, we never felt rushed. She spends more time with our cats then my own doctor does with me. She makes great recommendations on toys, litter boxes, cat furniture, diet, etc. I was very impressed with how she handles the cats when giving them shots or doing other uncomfortable things. She distracted my cats with baby food, which they ate while she gave them a shot and they didn't even notice what she was doing! When one of my cats got sick, they saw me on a Saturday. They will do their best to fit you in when you have an emergency. They give you a printed copy of the results of the cat's examination, and all of Dr. Simpson's notes that you can reference later. And the office is very clean, and very quiet due to it being cat only. All of the staff there have been professional.
03/20/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Dr. Simpson is a person of rare ability and character. We have been trusting our cats to her for eight years and would never consider leaving the Triangle unless she moved as well! Her staff is well trained and caring. The hospital is clean and a welcoming atmosphere prevails.
We can't say enough good about her and the Morrisville Cat Hospital.
01/31/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Dr. Wendy Simpson and her staff are the most considerate, and uniquely loving caregivers I have ever come in contact with. Although my cat had only been a patient for a short amount of time, they didnt think twice about giving me the support and love I needed when he was dieing. I appreciate all the hearts at Morrisville Animal Hospital.
09/14/2006Provided by Citysearch -
My four legged kids and I have been seeing Dr. Simpson since 2003 after my then vet removed 2 teeth from a one year old and then didn't follow up. I knew something else was wrong and we discovered through or because of Dr. Simpson that she was suffering from a Bartonella infection. (This nasty bacterium can resemble gingivitis and cause teeth to fall out if left untreated.) She is a great vet who takes the time and has the patience to help each of her clients get the best care possible. When trying to resolve a tricky diagnosis she confers with other vets and researches carefully. Very thorough. And reasonable in price. (no vet is inexpensive these days) As well as willing to work out payment if necessary. The only non-positive thing I have to say is that I am not looking forward to the day when I will have to schedule appointments with her way in advance because she'll have lots of clients. :)
08/13/2006Provided by Citysearch -
After a horrible experience at another vet I found Morrisville Cat Hospital and I am so glad I did. She truly knows and cares about cats. After years of vets telling me not to worry about my cats condition Doctor Simpson not only told me it was something to worry about, but also how to help him. I am so glad we found her.
The best thing about Doctor Simpson is her desire to keep cats painfree. She goes as far as giving your cat a painkiller after shots to lessen the chance of discomfort. I was so impressed with her love and care for my cats!! I recommend her highly!!!
05/15/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I brought my 9 year old calico to Dr Wendy Simpson looking for pain management help for her arthritis. Turns out she never had arthritis as we were told by the Chatham Animal Hospital the end of 2003. She has plasma cell pododermatitis, aka pillow feet. My poor cat has been limping around for 2 years with what we thought was arthritis. Another vet in CA also missed it but she was going on the previous records from the Chatham Animal Hospital. My cat has been totally tranformed - we are elated! She chases her tail and plays on her 7 foot scratching post like a kitten. Jasmine has always been an aggressive cat in the vet office but Dr Simpson handled her gently and effectively - we were amazed! Absolutely recommend Dr Simpson - have never known a more caring and competent vet!
04/26/2006Provided by Citysearch -
My two cats just recently became patients at Morrisville Cat. From the moment we walked in the door they made our two cats feel very welcomed. It was a great experience. I loved the fact that the office is just for Cats!!! That is awesome. For my husband and I who do not own a dog, it would have been hard to bring our two cats into a vet office that sees other animals besides cats throughout the day! I am sure my boys would have freaked. I highly recommend Morrisville Cat. I trust them with my to boys!! :)
07/07/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Dr. Wendy Simpson has the best and most gentle cat handling/restraint techniques I have ever seen. I am a 3rd year vet student planning on practicing in an all-feline hospital and I recommend Dr. Simpson to ANYONE with cats. She is a cat lover herself and will always have your cat's best interest in mind.
She is very proactive when it comes to your cat's nutrition and can help your cat lose weight (so it will live a longer, healthier life!). She know's more about feline nutrition than any other veterinarian I've ever met.
Your cat will be noticeably more relaxed at her quiet, dog-free clinic (which is also the cleanest veterinary hospital I have ever been to). You and your cat will love it!
04/09/2004Provided by Citysearch -
My cat & I just went to see Dr. Simpson for the first time today. Thomas has asthma. Before changing to Dr. Simpson we were going to Northwoods Animal Hospital in Cary where the staff is rude & the vets even ruder. Nor did they EVER discuss other treatment plans with me. Dr. Simpson & her staff were so nice and concerned about MY CAT'S needs. Dr. Simpson talked with me for over an hour about the different treatment plans I could do with Thomas. We decided together what was good for him & also what was AFFORDABLE for me!!! She actually broke it down to laymans terms & made sure that I understood all the options. I have never met a vet that is so concerned about the animals's well being. I give her my highest recommendation. So to all you cat lovers, Take them to Wendy Simpson.