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Our Practice

We are a full-service cat hospital providing comprehensive cat healthcare services in Scottsdale, AZ. Our veterinarians offer a wide variety of medical, surgical, and dental services. Our hospital has advanced equipment and technologies, including comprehensive in-house testing for accurate diagnosis, digital x-ray, surgical suites, dental suites, and a pharmacy. We are committed to providing quality care at every stage of your cat's life. From routine preventive care to early detection and treatment of a wide range of conditions and diseases, we have the expertise to provide the highest standard of care for your cat. We also serve Paradise Valley, Tempe, Mesa, Phoenix, Gilbert, Fountain Hills, and Chandler.

  • Dr. Jennifer Koenig, DVM


    Dr. Koenig grew up on a farm in rural Wisconsin. Her family owned and raised dairy cows, dogs, cats, horses, goats, and sheep. She spent her childhood days gallivanting about on her horse for hours and caring for all the other critters in the barn. Dr. Koenig’s family and friends were not surprised when she pursued a career in veterinary medicine.

    Dr. Koenig completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. She then continued her collegiate path at Iowa State University, earning a degree in 2006 from The College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Koenig practiced small animal medicine in Washington State for 15 years, and moved to Arizona with her family in 2022. As a veterinarian, she enjoys the diversity of general practice with a particular interest in preventive care, dermatology, and chronic disease management.

    In her free time, she enjoys horseback riding, hiking, photography, and spending time with family. Dr. Koenig looks forward to meeting you and caring for your feline family members for years to come!

  • Dr. Cindy Menke, DVM

    Associate Veterinarian

    Dr. Menke started her career working with animals at an early age, growing up on a dairy farm in central Wisconsin.  While her “official” duties may have been feeding the cows and helping with milking, her favorite job was always taking care of the many barn cats that always made the family farm their home.

    She started veterinary school training at the University of Wisconsin – Madison.  After getting married to her husband Dave, who was in the Air Force at the time, they moved out to North Carolina. There she finished her degree at North Carolina State University in 2002.

    She practiced for a year in North Carolina before moving back to the Midwest.  She continued her medical career at a small animal hospital in Wilmette, Illinois where she was on staff for 17 years, eventually becoming the Chief of Staff.

    Ever since her early days on the dairy farm, her passion has been feline medicine. While she does love her adorable canine friends, the special bond she has developed with her feline patients, the unique way in which they communicate their needs and concerns, and often the special way in which those needs are best addressed, has driven her to try and rise to the challenge that cats provide.  In her former practice she was proud to be the person the other doctors would turn to when cats with more challenging medical problems would come in.

    She has a special interest in abdominal ultrasound, dentistry, senior wellness, and helping owners maintain an enriched indoor environment for their feline family members.

    Outside of work, she enjoys being outdoors. Whether gardening, going for a bike ride or hiking, just seeing sunshine and blue skies make her happy. Dave, her two cats, Spencer and Chewie, and Dr. Menke are all looking forward to their new adventure in Arizona.

  • Dr. Courtney Follman, DVM


    Dr. Follman’s passion for kitties started at a very young age trying to dress them in cute costumes (she promises she’s fear free certified now!) and she quickly found her love for science/medicine along the way. Dr Follman graduated from the University of Tennessee with her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and a minor in Biology. She has 8+ years of vet tech experience in the field prior to becoming a doctor. She continued her education at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. She’s worked exclusively as a feline only doctor since graduation from veterinary school and enjoys doing relief shifts at local animal emergency clinics. Her passions in addition to emergency medicine include dermatology, internal medicine, senior, and preventative medicine. In her free time she enjoys pool days, traveling, and Netflix with Dr. Trembly and their 2 dogs and 3 cats (all orange-go vols!).

  • Dr. Jarrett Trembly, DVM


    Born with an innate love for cats, my first kitty was ‘smuggled’ home snuggly under my coat with the help of my older brother along with his favorite pick of the litter. My mom benevolently let us keep the set of brother kittens upon discovery, and ever since my best friend included my feline counterpart. From Colorado, I completed my undergraduate studies in Microbiology at Front Range Community College and Colorado State University. Throughout this journey before Vet school, I have had the good fortune to be a part of many wonderful opportunities such as post-grad work in molecular biology and research, construction, and working in the oilfield industry. With the dream always of becoming a Veterinarian, I completed Vet school at the University of Tennessee, then endeavored to Texas after graduation for internship opportunities. Throughout time, other hobbies and passions have included rodeo, baseball, cosmology, and a good fiction novel or movie. I’ve also recently tried my hand at Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and have been having much fun. I am so excited and humbled to help take care of your kitty; big, small, docile, feral, and everything in between!

  • Katrina Guell, CVT

    Practice Manager

    Katrina joined the clinic in July of 2008. She graduated from ASU with a Bachelors degree in Agribusiness with a concentration in PreVeterinary Medicine. She moved from Hawaii to the valley in 1988 and is currently living in Tempe with her husband Daniel and two sons. Her animals, Miracle the cat, and Squirt the turtle, keep her plenty busy when she is not working at the clinic.
    She went from head technician to now Practice Manager in late 2022, and is responsible for the overall business operations at the cat clinic. In 2011 she received her certification as a Veterinary Technician. When she is not at work squeezing and kissing all the kitties, she is busy with boxing, kickboxing, and playing sports with her family.

  • Laura

    Head Technician

    Laura joined the Scottsdale Cat Clinic team in December of 2015.  She has worked almost exclusively in feline-only clinics since 2006. Though she loves all animals, this experience has strengthened her lifelong passion for cats.  An Arizona native, she currently lives in Mesa with her longtime boyfriend Rob and their kitty named Biscuits.

  • Megan


  • Erin

    Veterinary Technician

    Erin is a graduate from Pima Medical Institute’s Veterinary Assistant program and couldn’t be more thrilled to be amongst people who are as crazy about cats as she is. When she’s not at the clinic, Erin can be found swing dancing, playing guitar, and attending a variety of theatre and live music events around Phoenix. After long days, she is more than happy to come home to her favorite feline companion, Dennis, her one-eyed orange tabby.

  • Tara Donnelly

    Head Receptionist

    Tara has lived in Scottsdale since 1978. Finding a cat-only clinic that embraced her two special cats was the solution she was looking for when she discovered Scottsdale Cat Clinic. Both of her kitties are happy and healthy as well as current patients of the clinic. Tara’s family includes Rob, her human companion, the cats, Jack, a grey tabby, Char-Char, a handsome black short-hair mix and her dog, Gracie, a black and tan Australian mix, who keeps the family on their toes.

  • Paige

    Veterinary Technician

  • Amber

    Veterinary Technician

    Amber grew up in Wisconsin and moved to Arizona in 2016. During the transition, she found a love for hiking, camping, and spending time in the outdoors. She lives in Tempe with her boyfriend Dylan and their three kitties, Nala, Mufassa and Shadow. They also have a rescue dog, Kepler. She has been an animal lover her whole life and loves being a veterinary technician. She has been in the veterinary field for 6 years. When she’s not working, she still loves to do as much ER and volunteer work as she can. Her life motto is Cats & Coffee.

  • Diana


    Diana has been a cat lover her entire life. She has not lived without a furry feline friend since she was five years old. She found Scottsdale Cat Clinic several years ago when she was looking for help with one of her kitties and has been a client ever since. She has lived in Scottsdale since 1978, and her hobbies include cooking, photography, and jewelry making.  She lives with her husband, Justin and her two kitties Lilith and Bubba.

  • Alexis

    Veterinary Technician

    After Alexis earned her Veterinary Assistant Certification from Pima Medical institute in 2020, she entered the vet field to venture out for the love of animals and medicine. Some of her favorite areas of the practice is lab work, feline handling and boarding. Alexis shares a home with two fur babies Mila (her dog) and new kitten calico named Garzelle. Her hobbies include reading and traveling.

  • Erin O

    Veterinary Technician

    Erin has been a member of the Scottsdale Cat Clinic team since the beginning of 2020 and is happier than ever to have found her people. Taking on her role in reception inspired Erin to pursue a career in veterinary medicine; she is currently a student at Pima Medical Institute studying to become a technician. On a day off, you may find her exploring hiking areas in northern Arizona with her partner, Austin, and their pup, Penny, or taking on any number of creative projects at home. Additionally, Erin shares her home with six feline companions– Diana, Mr. Bingley, Emerson, Ciri, Sadie, and Archer. Erin is thrilled to bits to have made the decision to dedicate her life to great veterinary medicine and truly believes Scottsdale Cat Clinic to be the best possible place to begin her journey.