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We Love To See
Mew Smile

At Feline Fine, we think cats and their people are purrty pawsome, and we want to help them feel as close to purrfect as pawssible. All puns aside, we understand that a calm feline-only environment and a gentle touch are needed to set the stage for proper medical care for your companion.

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Who we are

After many years of dreaming about opening a feline-only veterinary practice, Dr Stephanie Kadasi is thrilled to open the Feline Fine Cat Clinic, LLC in partnership with her father, David Cheney. By combining feline medical knowledge and business experience (along with a mutual love of kitties), Dr Kadasi and David hope that the clinic will be meow-verlous.

We provide modern, personalized, feline-exclusive veterinary care with a focus on low-stress handling. Our services include feline wellness and sick appointments, surgeries, dental procedures, and end of life care.

Our clinic follows the AAFP Feline Friendly Gold Practice Standards, and we are in the process of pursuing Fear Free Practice Certification.

Our Team

Stephanie Kadasi

Stephanie Kadasi, DVM (“Doctor K.”)

Veterinarian

General background:

Doctor K. is a native of Nova Scotia, Canada. Over the years, she bounced around a variety of countries and states in the US. Her family jumped on the opportunity to relocate to Bend in 2019, after falling in love with the PNW during their travels.

Education and experience:
  • DVM: Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
  • BA (Double, Cum Laude): Psychology and Biology, Boston University

Doctor K. has had a fondness for kitties since childhood, and has gained a reputation of being “The Crazy Cat Vet”, in part due to her brightly colored cat-themed clothing and accessories. She has worked as a relief veterinarian at multiple veterinary practices in Central Oregon, and volunteers her time providing dental surgery to cats at the Humane Society of Central Oregon (HSCO). Doctor K.’s other roles were in general practice, ER/ICU, and she served as the first Medical Director for the Potter League for Animals, a wonderful animal shelter in Rhode Island.

Other certifications:

– Certified Cat Friendly Veterinarian (CFV) through the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP)

– Fear Free Certification

Special areas of medical interest:

Feline medicine (of course!), dentistry, shelter medicine, and emergency medicine.

Hobbies & other interests:

Hiking and all things active, music and drawing, meme-culture, exploring local food and beer. Her family, consisting of her husband, their two young daughters, and their two cats named Pickles and Paul.

General background:

Doctor K. is a native of Nova Scotia, Canada. Over the years, she bounced around a variety of countries and states in the US. Her family jumped on the opportunity to relocate to Bend in 2019, after falling in love with the PNW during their travels.

Education and experience:
  • DVM: Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
  • BA (Double, Cum Laude): Psychology and Biology, Boston University

Doctor K. has had a fondness for kitties since childhood, and has gained a reputation of being “The Crazy Cat Vet”, in part due to her brightly colored cat-themed clothing and accessories. She has worked as a relief veterinarian at multiple veterinary practices in Central Oregon, and volunteers her time providing dental surgery to cats at the Humane Society of Central Oregon (HSCO). Doctor K.’s other roles were in general practice, ER/ICU, and she served as the first Medical Director for the Potter League for Animals, a wonderful animal shelter in RI.

Other certifications:

– Certified Cat Friendly Veterinarian (CFV) through the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP)

– Fear Free Certification

Special areas of medical interest:

Feline medicine (of course!), dentistry, shelter medicine, and emergency medicine.

Hobbies & other interests:

Hiking and all things active, music and drawing, meme-culture, exploring local food and beer. Her family, consisting of her husband, their two young daughters, and their two cats named Pickles and Paul.

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David Cheney

David Cheney, Fear Free Certified

Business Director

David moved to Oregon in 2016 after a lengthy international career, which took him through several Eastern Canadian provinces, the UK, France and the United States.

Upon his arrival to Oregon, David has continued to leverage his HR and Operations skills to help coach business owners and budding entrepreneurs. David is also strongly committed to building stronger communities, which has included leadership of a non-profit organization in the education space, leadership in community and professional organizations, and currently as a member of the Bend Business Group.

As Dr K.’s father, David was eager to partner with his daughter to help found and operate a feline only veterinary clinic, by pairing his HR and Operations experience with Dr K.’s medical know-how. They share a passion for operational excellence, rigorous planning, and transparent communications (and cats!).

While David’s role will mostly keep him in the office, you may see David out and about the clinic, helping with operational tasks, greeting clients, or lending a hand when we are extra busy.

David and his wife Dawn have two cats, Tequila and Amaretto as well as two small dogs, Pica and Whiskey.

David loves fishing, international travel, partaking of the fine wine, craft beers, and local cuisine of Oregon. That said, he most enjoys the company of his 3 children, their spouses, and 4 granddaughters.

David moved to Oregon in 2016 after a lengthy international career, which took him through several Eastern Canadian provinces, the UK, France and the United States.

Upon his arrival to Oregon, David has continued to leverage his HR and Operations skills to help coach business owners and budding entrepreneurs. David is also strongly committed to building stronger communities, which has included leadership of a non-profit organization in the education space, leadership in community and professional organizations, and currently as a member of the Bend Business Group.

As Dr K.’s father, David was eager to partner with his daughter to help found and operate a feline only veterinary clinic, by pairing his HR and Operations experience with Dr K.’s medical know-how. They share a passion for operational excellence, rigorous planning, and transparent communications (and cats!).

While David’s role will mostly keep him in the office, you may see David out and about the clinic, helping with operational tasks, greeting clients, or lending a hand when we are extra busy.

David and his wife Dawn have two cats, Tequila and Amaretto as well as two small dogs, Pica and Whiskey.

David loves fishing, international travel, partaking of the fine wine, craft beers, and local cuisine of Oregon. That said, he most enjoys the company of his 3 children, their spouses, and 4 granddaughters.

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Staff

Rodney Toogood

Rodney Toogood, DVM

Relief/Part-Time Veterinarian

Dr. Rodney Toogood received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. He practiced in the Minneapolis-St Paul area for 25 years, 20 at his own practice. Dr Toogood and his wife, Dr. Gretchen Rowe, also a veterinarian, moved to Bend in 2014.

Dr. Toogood works part-time to stay active in the profession and the local community. He particularly embraces the human-animal bond, helping to maintain pet health and well being, and keeping these special family members happy. He is also an advocate for gentle handling of his feline patients when providing their veterinary care.

Dr Toogood is a 30 year veteran of the Minneapolis music scene and continues to play bass guitar in Bend. He is also a lover of good wine and food. He and his wife are avid mountain, gravel, road, and fat bikers. Additionally, they enjoy skate skiing and traveling, especially to France and Hawaii. They currently have 2 hilarious dogs, Astro and Beckett, and the best cat ever, named E.

Dr. Rodney Toogood received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of
Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. He practiced in the Minneapolis-St Paul area for 25 years, 20 at his own practice. Dr Toogood and his wife, Dr. Gretchen Rowe, also a veterinarian, moved to Bend in 2014.
Dr. Toogood works part-time to stay active in the profession and the local community. He particularly embraces the human-animal bond, helping to maintain pet health and well being, and keeping these special family members happy. He is also an advocate for gentle handling of his feline patients when providing their veterinary care.

Dr Toogood is a 30 year veteran of the Minneapolis music scene and continues to play bass guitar in Bend. He is also a lover of good wine and food. He and his wife are avid mountain, gravel, road, and fat bikers. Additionally, they enjoy skate skiing and traveling, especially to France and Hawaii. They currently have 2 hilarious dogs, Astro and Beckett, and the best cat ever, named E.

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Jazmin Quintanilla

Jazmin Quintanilla, CVT, Fear Free Certified

Senior Veterinary Technician, “Circus Ringleader”

Jazmin has lived in Central Oregon since 2010. She has over 20 years of experience as a veterinary technician, with extensive training in multiple areas of veterinary medicine, including dentistry and internal medicine. She loves working with cats, and strengthening the human-animal bond with their owners.

When not at Feline Fine, Jazmin enjoys gardening, running the Helmoltz Farm Store out of her small farm in Redmond, and spending time with her family, consisting of her husband, two daughters, two cats (Barry and Nessa Rose), two dogs (Ruby and May), two horses (Rusty and Kahlua), and a menagerie of farm animals.

Jazmin has lived in Central Oregon since 2010. She has over 20 years of experience as a veterinary technician, with extensive training in multiple areas of veterinary medicine, including dentistry and internal medicine. She loves working with cats, and strengthening the human-animal bond with their owners.
When not at Feline Fine, Jazmin enjoys gardening, running the Helmoltz Farm Store out of her small farm in Redmond, and spending time with her family, consisting of her husband, two daughters, two cats (Barry and Nessa Rose), two dogs (Ruby and May), two horses (Rusty and Kahlua), and a menagerie of farm animals.
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Kris

Kris, R.T. (ARRT), Fear Free Certified

Veterinary Technician, “Inventory Wrangler”

Kris was originally from the Bay Area in California, and has loved calling Central Oregon her home for the last 15 years. She has an Associates Degree in Science, and is a licensed Radiology Technologist. In her past life, Kris previously owned a grooming shop in CA as a Certified Pet Groomer, before coming to work in the veterinary field over 20 years ago. After working at a variety of mixed veterinary practices, she found her calling working in feline-only medicine. Kris feels that many kitties are misunderstood, and loves working with all cats, even the extra “spicy” ones. She finds it very rewarding to provide top notch care in a way that is beneficial for cats’ overall well-being.

Kris is a single mom to her daughter, Riley, and has two cats (Kitty and Mordred), two horses (Polly and Buttons), two dogs (Cowboy and Flash), and 1 betta fish (Shark). Her hobbies include riding horses and hiking in the wilderness surrounding Central Oregon, and all things Disney.

Kris was originally from the Bay Area in California, and has loved calling Central Oregon her home for the last 15 years. She has an Associates Degree in Science, and is a licensed Radiology Technologist. In her past life, Kris previously owned a grooming shop in CA as a Certified Pet Groomer, before coming to work in the veterinary field over 20 years ago.
After working at a variety of mixed veterinary practices, she found her calling working in feline-only medicine. Kris feels that many kitties are misunderstood, and loves working with all cats, even the extra “spicy” ones. She finds it very rewarding to provide top notch care in a way that is beneficial for cats’ overall well-being.

Kris is a single mom to her daughter, Riley, and has two cats (Kitty and Mordred), two horses (Polly and Buttons), two dogs (Cowboy and Flash), and 1 betta fish (Shark). Her hobbies include riding horses and hiking in the wilderness surrounding Central Oregon, and all things Disney.

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Kelly

Kelly, Fear Free Certified

Receptionist, “Phone Tamer”

Kelly grew up in the Willamette Valley, and has lived in Central Oregon for the better part of a decade. Kelly has been a receptionist at a variety of veterinary clinics for about 20 years, and previously ran a successful embroidery business. She finds it very rewarding to meet, help, and get to know clients and kitties in our clinic’s low-stress environment, and is always up for a new challenge.

Outside of work, Kelly enjoys spending time with her two cats, Baby and Sammy, one dog, Wilson, and her husband, Tim, as well as being outdoors and sewing.

Kelly grew up in the Willamette Valley, and has lived in Central Oregon for the better part of a decade. Kelly has been a receptionist at a variety of veterinary clinics for about 20 years, and previously ran a successful embroidery business.
She finds it very rewarding to meet, help, and get to know clients and kitties in our clinic’s low-stress environment, and is always up for a new challenge.

Outside of work, Kelly enjoys spending time with her two cats, Baby and Sammy, one dog, Wilson, and her husband, Tim, as well as being outdoors and sewing.

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Ashley

Ashley, Fear Free Certified

Veterinary Assistant, “Social Media Wizard”

Ashley has lived in Central Oregon for over 20 years, and is currently attending Penn Foster’s Veterinary Technician program. She has been working in the veterinary field for a few years, loves every cat that she meets, and is a true “Cat Lady” through and through! Ashley is very excited to be part of a feline-only clinic that focuses on gentle touch for kitties. She has a passion for dentistry, and palliative and hospice care, so as to keep cats feeling as comfortable and happy as possible.

Ashley lives with her five cats, Benny, Buzz, Emma, Khaleesi, and Mr Meeseeks, and her husband, Tyler. In her spare time, Ashley likes sewing, baking, fostering cats, and staying active. She is also a huge Disney fan.

Ashley has lived in Central Oregon for over 20 years, and is currently attending Penn Foster’s Veterinary Technician program. She has been working in the veterinary field for a few years, loves every cat that she meets, and is a true “Cat Lady” through and through!
Ashley is very excited to be part of a feline-only clinic that focuses on gentle touch for kitties. She has a passion for dentistry, and palliative and hospice care, so as to keep cats feeling as comfortable and happy as possible.

Ashley lives with her five cats, Benny, Buzz, Emma, Khaleesi, and Mr Meeseeks, and her husband, Tyler. In her spare time, Ashley likes sewing, baking, fostering cats, and staying active. She is also a huge Disney fan.

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