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Our Doctors

Dr. Michele L. Paul received her B.S. from Wilson College in Chambersburg, PA and her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School.

She was a medic in the Pennsylvania National Guard.

After graduating from veterinary school, she went to work as a "cats only" veterinarian for Dr. Michael Obenski at the Allentown Clinic For Cats.  Fourteen years later, she bought the practice when Dr. Obenski retired, becoming the owner of Allentown Cat Clinic, PC.  She is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, American Veterinary Medical Association, Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association, and The Veterinary Information Network.

Dr. Paul lives with her husband, David, several cats, three mini horses, and a variety of chickens on a small farm.  In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, hiking, kayaking and long trike rides with her husband.

Dr. Carole Dieterly achieved an A.S. from Atlantic Cape Community College and a B.S. at Richard Stockton University. She began working part-time at a veterinary hospital as a receptionist where, over the next few years, she acquired a full-time position and was promoted to veterinary assistant. The experience inspired her to become a veterinarian.

She obtained her veterinary degree from St. George’s University and her clinical year completion from the University of Missouri. During her education, she worked with veterinarians in many various states and Grenada. She has shadowed or attended externships in five feline-only clinics since her education began, and couldn’t imagine a better field of veterinary medicine to practice.

Currently, Dr. Dieterly shares her home with her beloved, blind, tri-pawed cat, Lord Admiral Nelson. In her spare time, she is an avid kayaker, archer, comic-book fan, and is looking forward to achieving her black belt.