Meet The Staff
Chicago Cat Clinic’s Staff
Courtney has worked at the Chicago Cat Clinic since 1998. She enjoys working with the many feline personalities and providing compassionate care to both cats and clients. In her off time, Courtney enjoys spending time with her husband, three beautiful daughters, and spoiling her two handsome kitties – Diego & June Bug.
Roxanne moved to Chicago seven years ago from NYC and has been working in the veterinary field for eleven years. She has worked in many different aspects of veterinary medicine from small practice to shelter medicine to emergency room. She has been at Chicago Cat Clinic five years and loves every minute of it. In her free time, Roxanne loves spending time with family and friends and her two special needs rescue kitties – Siobhon LeFay and Stanley Rarr.
Adam began working at the Chicago Cat Clinic in 2015. As someone with a lifelong love of animals, the clinic was a natural fit. Adam is known for his positive attitude and friendly demeanor. While not at work, Adam likes to go jogging, read novels, play e-sports, and clicker train his three cats.
Growing up with cats and dogs in the home, Cynthia has been an animal lover for as long as she can remember. As a young adult, Cynthia started work as a caretaker at a feline-only shelter. She loved the work so much, that over the years she transitioned into various roles, lastly as a Veterinary Assistant. In May of 2016, Cynthia joined the Chicago Cat Clinic team to expand her knowledge of feline medicine. She has two brown tabby boys named Arthur and (The) Baby that she adores.
Pat has worked at Chicago Cat Clinic since 1980. She’s currently the manager of the practice and works hard to keep the clinic running efficiently. She is the proud grandmother of three, Cassidy, Nolan & Zeke.
A member of the Chicago Cat Clinic family since 2015, Kim has been involved in animal care, rescue and owner education since 1985. A Chicago native, Kim is married to her high school sweetheart and is “Mom” to 6 cats, 2 dogs, 5 ferrets and 1 iguana. In her free time, she enjoys extreme home haunting, ballroom dancing, singing and Geocaching. In 2017 she is running in the Chicago Marathon with the Tree House Rescue Team.
Julie Ann Hamlet