At Atrium Cat Hospital, we believe in a team approach to cat care, working with you to choose the treatment that best suits the needs of you and your cat.
Dr. Whitney Odom
With a gentle touch and great attention to detail, Dr. Whitney Odom prides herself on being a compassionate listener. She believes in a team approach to cat care, working with you to choose the treatment that best suits the needs of you and your cat.
By Taji, her cat
Hi there! I’m Taji, the fluffy, orange dude in the photo. My mama, Danielle, is a veterinary assistant at Atrium Cat Hospital. I don’t really know what that means, but I know she loves cats very much. In fact, she wants to work with them for the rest of her life.
By Huey, her cat
Hi! My name is Huey. I live in a little house with my mom (Lisa), my dad and my sister Cleo. The first time I saw my mom was at the cat rescue where she used to work. I had been left at the back door in the middle of an ice storm. Our eyes met and we both knew we were the one for the other. Since then, I’ve gotten very big and she’s worked very hard to learn more about cats (I helped!).
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By Loki, her grandkitty
Hi! I’m Loki (the god of mischief, or so they claim). Angie became my grandma some years ago when she gave my mom a gift certificate for a kitten. A few months later, they went to a cat rescue that my grandma’s animal hospital worked with and picked me out. I love watching birds through the window, and my favorite spot for napping is in my grandma’s lap!
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By Gracie, her cat
Hello, I’m Gracie! My mom (Sabrina) and I met in 2014 when she was volunteering at a cat shelter where I had been living. I jumped into her lap as soon as I met her, and right then, she knew she had to take me home! I have three sisters named Mouse, Baby, and Goldie.
About Dr. Whitney Odom
A Triangle native, Dr. Odom received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University. She earned the College’s Award for Excellence in Feline Medicine. Dr. Odom has been designated a Cat-Friendly Veterinarian by the American Association of Feline Practitioners. She has extensive experience in private practice, serving the Charlotte Metro and Triangle areas over the last decade-plus.
In 2022, Dr. Odom founded Atrium Cat Hospital, with the goal of reinventing the entire vet experience for cats and their caregivers. She understands how stressful a trip to the vet can be, so she set out to create an environment where everything revolves around comfort.
Outside the office, Dr. Odom can be found reading, listening to podcasts, enjoying the great outdoors, and playing Hot Wheels, if her kids have their way. She is a diehard fan of the show Survivor and a baked good enthusiast, as long as someone else does the baking. Dr. Odom shares her home with her husband, two young children, a scruffy mutt named Jax, and two cats, Cameron and Pepper.
Danielle works part-time for now, while she finishes school to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. She has a special interest in neonatal kitten care and worked at a kitten nursery in San Diego. Her background also includes feline shelter medicine, high-volume spay and neuter, and practicing fear-free handling techniques. She earned a B.A. in Writing & Mass Communications in 2011 before pursuing a life of cats. Mama spends all her spare time with me (I wish!) and I occasionally let her spend time with 2 other cats (Onyx and Keoki), her husband, and daughter. She also enjoys thrift shopping, exploring new places, and kisses from me.
Mom’s done a lot of other things in her life. Of all the things she’s done, though, working with cats—and cat moms and dads—is her very favorite. She also likes going to the gym, reading books and seeing live music. Mostly, I love her because she’s warm and she plays with me a lot!
Angie has been a Licensed Veterinary Technician for over 40 years. Last year she was designated a Cat-Friendly Veterinary Professional by the American Association of Feline Practitioners. One of her joys is helping people discover how best to care for their pets, and she looks forward to continuing to do so. When she’s not at work, Angie enjoys going to the gym, reading, and digital scrapbooking. When the weather is nice, she spends as much time outdoors as possible.
Sabrina started her career in the veterinary field in 2015. She has always had a very strong connection with cats, and she believes it is her purpose in life to help them in any way she can. It has been a dream of hers for a long time to join a feline-exclusive veterinary practice. Helping cats be more comfortable during vet visits is something that is very important to her, so she’s very excited to be a part of a team that strives to make this happen. Outside of work, Sabrina enjoys hiking, cooking, gardening, music, and photography.