Principal: Zeta Frasca BVSc MRCVS

Zeta has been working in small animal vet clinics since she was 11 years old when she started as a kennel girl in a Central London practice.

In her life she has owned and rescued countless cats, dogs, horses, tortoises, rats, guinea pigs, hamsters, fish, green tree frogs, a salamander and an iguana. However she always dreamed of working solely with cats and in March 2008 opened London's only cat veterinary clinic. Zeta has undertaken further study in feline medicine and is a member of the ISFM, a non-profit organization committed to the welfare of cats.

She currently lives in Kew, Richmond with her baby girls Teah and Cara, two cats: Sookie and Treacle, fish and a husband (in that order of importance).

Vet: Nikki Gaut BVetMed MANZCVS (Feline Medicine) MRCVS

Nikki has always owned (or been owned by) cats, growing up with a Siamese that her parents brought back from Zambia when she was a baby. She has been qualified since 2003 working in and around London and Sydney.

Having worked at the clinic off and on since 2009, she has loved taking care of the cats of Kew and getting to know their owners as part of the Kitten to Cat family. In 2014, after four years of gruelling study and exams, she gained her ANZCVS membership in feline medicine and became a member of the ISFM Academy of Feline Practitioners, also gaining her Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Advanced Practitioner status in feline medicine the following year. She has contributed to feline textbooks, enjoys writing for magazines such as YourCat as the resident "feline expert" and is also an examiner for the ISFM Feline Nursing Certificate and Diploma. She also regularly teaches on feline neutering projects abroad. Her other recent role is as a part-time Practice Standards Scheme assessor for the RCVS.

Nikki lives in Wimbledon with her husband and darling furbaby Stanley.

Vet: Carolina Vilches MRCVS 

Carolina was born and bred in Spain. After she graduated from the University of Murcia in 2011, she worked in a small animal veterinary hospital in the sunny east coast of Spain. She moved to the UK 4 years ago and, since then, she has been working as a veterinary surgeon in several practice over Yorkshire and London area. 

Her main areas of interest are Feline Geriatric medicine and Surgery. She is hoping to start her studies for the Feline Medicine Certificate very soon. Carolina is a cat lover and she likes to spend as much time as she can with her cats Misa and Sassy. In her spare time, she likes travelling, cinema and playing the saxophone (which Misa hates!).

Head Nurse: Denise Morris RVN

Denise, our head nurse, joined the Kitten to Cat team in July 2008 after qualifing as a veterinary nurse in 2001. Having worked with animals from an early age she finally decided to leave her home in Scotland to pursue her chosen career in veterinary nursing in 1999.

Her decision to focus her career on our little feline friends came shortly after attending a lecture on puppy and kitten behaviour. Becoming fascinated with feline behaviour she jumped at the chance to work in a feline only veterinary clinic. Further to joining the team she has completed the COAPE course Think Cat on feline behaviour.

Nurse: Eva Hruskova-Brown RVN

Eva qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2009 and after working in a mixed small animal practice for five years in Windsor, where she lives, she joined Kitten to Cat in 2012. Eva's role in the clinic is mostly as a theatre and hospital nurse, but she also enjoys getting to know our clients on reception. Eva has a soft spot for our older cats who she just loves to spoil.

"Kitten to Cat is a special place to work and meeting and getting to know all our patients is fascinating! I learn something new every day and feel very lucky to be part of the Kitten to Cat team"

Nurse: Alison Brady RVN

Alison is our part time Veterinary Nurse who joined the practice in the Summer of 2016.

She has worked as a Veterinary Nurse in small animal clinics in West London ever since leaving school (many moons ago!) including working as the community veterinary nurse for the Blue Cross & qualified way back in 1989.
You will mostly find her on reception & helping with Nurse clinics. She strongly believes in treating people with kindness & respect and will always do her best to help you with any questions.

Her various loves include nature, wildlife, trees & music.

Over the years she has shared her home with a number of rescued moggies, the current house guest being a long haired black lad called Bobble.

Nurse: Jen Burrows RVN


Veterinary Care Assistant: Vica Kovacs

Vica (or Eva, as others might know her) qualified in 2012 as a Veterinary Support Assistant.

She joined Kitten to Cat in April 2016 as a volunteer cat cuddler and in September 2016 she started working as a Kennel Assistant.
She was promoted to Veterinary Care Assistant in September 2017.

Vica adores cats since she was a little girl, mostly thanks to her dad who is also a huge cat lover. She rescued and helped to rehome cats since she was 15.

Finding out about Kitten to Cat, a cat only clinic in 2010, she knew that one day she would work there, achieving her dream job!
She likes to get to know all of our patients and boarding cats, so she can give the best care possible, with lots of love and dedication.

Vica lives in Roehampton, with her son Tyler and furbabies Stark and Flash.

If you'd like to meet our cat friendly team feel free to call us to schedule an appointment to chat and view the clinic with or without your feline friend.