At the age of ten, Dr. Annette Majoue watched her cat fall from a telephone pole after being electrocuted. While nursing him back to health, she became passionate about medicine and decided to become a veterinarian. She spent many years as a primary care clinician in Arizona, but was drawn to emergency medicine because she is able to work in every aspect of veterinary medicine. She is particularly interested in performing emergency surgeries. Whether correcting a gastric torsion or removing a foreign body or a hemorrhaging spleen, she is gratified to be able to make an immediate difference and save the life of the patient.