Staff

lesleyLesley is the Clinic Manager and Head Veterinary Technician. She is originally from the UK where she completed her training and registered as a Listed Veterinary Nurse with the RCVS in 1990. In 1997 Lesley sat and passed the USA Veterinary Technician National Exam, to become a Certified Veterinary Technician, later moving to Oregon. She has worked at Corvallis Cat Care since 2005 and spends free time exploring the Pacific Northwest with her husband and their exuberant three legged dog or schooling and riding her horse.
Sheri is a Certified Veterinary Technician and has worked at Corvallis Cat Care since 2006, she particularly enjoys assisting in surgery and dentistry. Sheri’s career as a technician began in 1985 after earning a Bachelor’s degree in Zoology and then an Associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology. She enjoys reading, gardening, hiking and mountain climbing, and has summited Mt. St. Helens. She shares her home with her husband, their two young boys, three cats, and one dog.
Stacey is a Certified Veterinary Technician and started working at Corvallis Cat Care in March of 2017. Stacey holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Animal Science Pre-Veterinary Medicine from Oregon State and graduated in 2013. She has also attended Linn Benton Community College and has degrees in Veterinary Nursing and Equine Science. Stacey finished her Veterinary Technology Degree through San Juan College in 2016. She enjoys being out in the sunshine, playing her cello, painting, and learning as much as she can. Stacey has many pets but “cats have always been her favorite.”
jannee-ricochetJannee joined Corvallis Cat Care as a Veterinary Assistant having worked in the veterinary profession over the last 30 years. She has worked with both small and large animals but her true passion is cats. Jannee relocated to Corvallis in order to work with Dr Blouin and is finding that she very much enjoys this area and the opportunity to work exclusively with cats.
 Ted grew up around many animals at the equestrian stables run by his family in southern Oregon. In 2008 he joined Corvallis Cat Care as a Veterinary Assistant and, in addition to being a calming force for all cats, he continues to lend his eclectic skill set to the business. Much of his spare time is spent absorbing media of all sorts, maintaining a completely inconsistent exercise regime, and wandering listlessly in the wilderness.
   Judy has been Corvallis Cat Care’s receptionist since 2005.  She spent some time in New Mexico where she earned a degree in computer mapping.  Then, some years later, she graduated from the four year program at the Barbara Brennan School of Healing as a Certified Practitioner.  She currently resides in the country where she spends time with her two cats and her dog.
 Mary began working as a receptionist with Corvallis Cat Care in June of 2017. She is new to Corvallis but has lived in Oregon most of her life. Mary and her rescue dog Petey like to visit Willamette Park and she also enjoys spending her free time with friends and family.

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