For your cat's comfort, we offer a variety of condos and suites in our feline boarding facility!
learn more

Our dedicated team of veterinary professionals is devoted to you and your cat.

Hospital Manager Amber Bowlin with a Feline FriendAmber joined the Cat Care Clinic in January 2015, and has worked in various animal hospitals in central Indiana since 2006 as a veterinary assistant and receptionist. Amber received a technical certificate from Ivy Tech for Business Administration in Management in 2007.

She currently lives in Greenfield with her guys, boyfriend Chris and his son Jalen. Their self-proclaimed "mini petting zoo" includes five cats, one Doberman Pinscher, two Nigerian Dwarf goats, a pony, a rescued chicken, and a snake. When not at Cat Care Clinic or caring for her critter crew at the petting zoo, she enjoys riding her motorcycle, doing yard work, reading, and spending time with her guys.

Veterinary Technician Wendy McClish with a Feline FriendWendy graduated from North Central High School. While in school she took a two year program through the J. Everett Light Career Center on veterinary assisting. She has worked in the veterinary field since July of 2005 and has several years of experience with cat grooming. Wendy has always had a love for animals and enjoys spending time with her two cats, Sebastian and Babo. She is excited to meet all of your feline family members!


Vet Tech Heather Hakes with guinea pigHeather joined our clinic in early 2019, but was first inspired to work with animals when she was 14 years old, working with Dr. Brenda Bush at Island Veterinary Service. She obtained her Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology from Harrison College in 2011.

Heather has three beautiful daughters and they share their home with four cats and a cute little rescued guinea pig.


Client Care Specialist Michelle Stanton with a Feline FriendMichelle joined the Cat Care team in early spring of 2018. Her love of cats shows in the care she provides to all the cats that come into our building as well as in the way she volunteers at Indy’s Cat Café. You may see her working the front desk, caring for our boarders, or helping one of our doctors with appointments. Michelle is our clinic's jack of all trades.


Oliver the CatOliver came to us because he needed a new forever home due to some stress he was experiencing. He is now content overseeing the events in the clinic. If he hears an upset patient he comes running to the rescue! Oliver is quite shy, but he loves to carry on a conversation if you start one with him.



Mara the CatMara came to us on August 8, 2017 from the Marathon gas station across the street, hence her name. She was so cute and Oliver, our other clinic cat needed a friend, so Mara was hired on. Since then she has been promoted from office cat to office shredder.

She loves food so you better watch your lunch or snacks because she will run off with them. She also loves playing fetch and, if you’re lucky, she may bring you her toy mouse in the lobby to play.