In Memory of Dr. Brenna Segal

Dear friends and family of Cat Clinic of Cobb,

We are sad to announce that Dr. Brenna Segal passed away unexpectedly on May 24th. She was well loved and respected by many.

Her family would like each of you to know that it was Dr. Segal’s strong wishes that the existing staff will remain at the practice and the caring service that you and your pets have always received will continue. Dr. Brenna Segal deeply loved her patients and we will honor her by ensuring her practice continues its high level of care.

Please honor her memory by sharing any stories and or photos of your pets on our Facebook page, or by signing Dr. Segal’s online guestbook at

For anyone who wishes to make a donation, they may be made to Mostly Mutts, Furkids, or the Atlanta Humane Society.

Your friends at Cat Clinic of Cobb

Born at Northside Hospital, Dr. Brenna Segal was a fifth generation Atlantan. She was well loved and respected by many. She was active as a Jewish youth leader in BBYO and Camp Barney Medintz. She was a graduate of Riverwood High School, Class of 1991; Harvard University, Class of 1995; and earned her doctorate degree from the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine, Class of 2005.

She was the proud owner of the Cat Clinic of Cobb where she dedicated her life to her practice daily. She was loved and respected by her patients and pet families; they will miss her greatly.

She embraced life fully as an avid hiker and lover of the great outdoors. One of her favorite places to be was on the Appalachian Trail, especially Blood Mountain. She touched many around her. Brenna was incredibly philanthropic, volunteering for the Humane Society, acting as an advisory board member for Furkids, and partnering with Mostly Mutts.

Brenna was a loving and special daughter, sister, aunt, and friend who is survived by her parents, Jill and Joseph Segal; her brother and sister-in-law, William and Julie Segal; her nieces, Madelyn and Ava Segal; her nephew, Levi Segal; her uncle and aunt, Jeff and Giselle Toran; her aunt and uncle Wendy and Bruce Pearlman; and her fiance, Pamela J. White, all of Atlanta. She was the widow of Joy Bruce, formerly of Atlanta. She was the proud parent of her pets: Nutter Butter, Oscar, Sanford, Moo Kitty, and Jolie. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.