Dr. Morrow is a 1998 graduate of The Ohio State University. She spent 6 years in private practice before entering academia. Dr. Morrow’s introduction to shelter medicine and veterinary forensics came during her assistance with the investigation, raid, and rescue of animals from a massive hoarding facility and directing the care of hundreds of cats in a temporary shelter. After adjudication of the case, she founded Frankie’s Friends Cat Rescue to house the chronically ill and unadoptable cats and opened a low-cost veterinary clinic and HQHVSN center. Dr. Morrow has since earned a certificate in shelter medicine and a certificate and master’s degree in veterinary forensics from the University of Florida. She recently became a Certified Animal Welfare Administrator (CAWA). Dr. Morrow has a special interest in teaching HQHVSN techniques, community cat management and Targeted TNR, feline infectious disease, developing molecular assays for research and diagnostics, and shelter medicine leadership.