Cat Veterinary Services for Cats





Veterinary assistants are highly trained and motivated to assist fellow staff members.  Without their help our clinic would be unable to achieve its goal of providing a lifetime of good health for your cat.

Their duties include:

  • Assisting the technicians and veterinarians with medical procedures
  • Making sure that all cats are properly fed and kept clean
  • Observing cats to be sure they are healthy during their clinic stays
  • Grooming
  • Helping to answer phones and to schedule appointments
  • Administering medications and basic treatments

Our assistants provide the love and care that is so vital for the emotional and physical well being our each and every cat.

Maggie is studying veterinary technology at Mt San Antonio College with the goal of becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician. She joined our team in 2015. Maggie always knew that she wanted to work with animals. She likes music, reading, and spending time with friends, family, and dog Gaga.
Jessica was born and raised in Orange County. She attended the American College of Healthcare in Riverside and graduated as a Certified Veterinary Assistant in July 2016. Animals have always been a passion in her life and she’s always wanted to work with them. She believes that animals have helped her and done so much for her, that working in this field is like paying them back for all they’ve done. Her dream is to one day be a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT). She has two beautiful orange rescue kitties named Casper Lugosi and Bowie Karloff who are loves of her life. When not working, Jessica enjoys music and art.
Erika W. started working part time at The Cat Care Clinic in March 2017 and has become a full time veterinary assistant. She has taken a few classes in the veterinary field and will soon go back to school to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. She has adventurous hobbies that include camping, fishing, and disc golf. Erika has two adorable cats at home named Little Boy and Scoob who she loves very much!
Keri L. is a student in the RVT program at Mt SAC and expects to graduate in June 2018. She has a great passion for animals and adores what she does at The Cat Care Clinic. She has two cats: Oliver and Fiona and a puppy named Willow. Her goal is to become a RVT and positively impact as many pet's lives as she can.