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Our doctors continually attend education programs about new trends, health concerns, and treatments for cats. They research drugs and procedures, consult with other specialists, and are dedicated to providing the best possible diagnosis and care. Our doctors’ unusual intuitive understanding allows them to discover what is troubling a patient who only communicates in an unspoken language. Additionally, we have assembled an excellent team of technicians and support staff who can help you with your feline needs and questions.

   
Dr. Elaine Wexler-Mitchell

Dr. Elaine Wexler-Mitchell is the owner and founder of The Cat Care Clinic. She received an undergraduate degree in biology from Cornell University and her D.V.M. degree from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. In 1995 Dr. Wexler-Mitchell became board certified in feline practice-one of 25 charter diplomates. She is a former president of the Academy of Feline Medicine and served on the board of The American Association of Feline Practitioners.

Dr. Wexler-Mitchell is a member of other veterinary organizations including AVMA, AAHA, SCVMA, and the CVMA. She was a contributing editor to Cat Fancy magazine for 15 years and has written three books: The Complete Idiot's Guide to a Healthy Cat, Ask the Vet for Cats, and Guide to a Healthy Cat. Dr. Wexler-Mitchell and her husband Howard live with two Somali cats-Keiki and Shaka.

   
   
Dr. Catherine Starr

Dr. Cathryn Starr received her undergraduate degree with a major in biology and a minor in music from Smith College in Massachusetts and her D.V.M. degree from UC Davis in 1992. Prior to joining The Cat Care Clinic team in 1997, she worked for a feline only house call practice in Los Angeles. Dr. Starr is a member of AAFP, AVMA, and CVMA.

When not practicing feline medicine, Dr. Starr enjoys singing and performing in both classical and musical theatre venues. She shares her home with her husband Ron, and four cats: Tristan, Purr-cy, Purrsephone, & Sebastian. In the future she plans to become board certified in feline medicine.

   
   
Dr. Amanda Page

Dr. Amanda Page studied Animal Science at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and received her D.V.M. degree from Western University of Health Sciences in May 2009. Upon graduation, she had the honor of receiving the American Association of Feline Practitioners Senior Student Award in recognition of dedication to and excellence in the study of feline medicine and surgery. Dr. Page looks forward to pursuing board certification in feline medicine under the mentorship of Dr. Wexler-Mitchell.

Dr. Page is passionate about feline rescue and adoption and is very involved in Trap-Neuter-Return programs for feral cats. Aside from cats and veterinary medicine she enjoys being outdoors fishing, jogging, horseback riding and hiking. She shares her time with her husband Rob and her cats – Hank, Tuff, Roamin’ and her foster cats: currently Cooper, Poppy and Angel.

   
   
Dr. Chelsea Kiser

Dr. Chelsea Kiser received her undergraduate in Biology from Boise State University and received her DVM degree from Colorado State University in 2012. She completed a one year rotating small animal internship at Oregon State University prior to joining our team. Dr. Kiser is very passionate about feline medicine and received the TLC for the Love of Cats Veterinary Scholarship all four years of veterinary school, was the president of the student AAFP club, and also received the AAFP Senior Student award upon graduation from vet school. She hopes to become board certified in feline medicine in the future.

Dr. Kiser shares her home with two mischievous cats – Leo and Dexter, her son Lukas and her husband James. When not busy with her family or veterinary medicine she enjoys running, hiking, biking, home brewing with her husband and cheering on the BSU Broncos.

   
   
Dr. Jessica Brown

Dr. Jessica Brown received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies and Liguistics from the University of Rhode Island and DVM degree for the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. She was the 2013 recipient of the AAFP Outstanding Senior Student Award, which recognizes student leaders in the study of feline health

Prior to veterinary school, Jessica worked as a technician at a feline only practice in Rhode Island, and this is when she fell in love with feline medicine. Dr. Brown plans to pursue board certification in feline medicine.

Dr. Brown enjoys swimming, playing bass guitar, attending live concerts, vegan cooking and baking, and collecting records and antique cat figurines. She lives with three cats: Meatball, Mary, and Mongo, and her blind dog, Lemmy.