I will be applying for this upcoming cycle for the first time. This summer, I plan on doing essentially all of my veterinary experience hours. Up until now, I have accumulated a fair amount of various animal hours (farm animal, equine, small animal, wildlife); however, my vet experience has been limited to feral cats. Because my time this summer is focused on getting my hours, I really want to dedicate my hours to the animals I actually want to focus on (I want to do wildlife (DVM/MPH), specifically marine wildlife). There's a marine mammal rescue center by my house, which is where I want to spend all my time. However, I have also taken a job as a vet assist at a small animal clinic. I had zoo and shelter volunteer opportunities lined up, but honestly, I really just want to spend my time at the marine mammal center. That would mean all of my vet hours would come from marine mammals and small animals. In addition, I would only have about 800-900 hours by the time I send my app. Is my limited vet experience going to look bad, or is it okay since it will mostly be in the area I want to go into? I know adcoms want to see experience in different areas, but I already know what I want to do and would really like to focus on that. Does it help that my animal experience hours are diverse? Any advice would be helpful. Thanks!