Meet the Staff
Nancy has been the Practice Manager since December 2012. She enjoys interacting with the longtime clients and meeting new clients and their pets. She likes the organizational aspect of her work, and loved using her creativity in remodeling the Clinic in 2014. When she’s not at the Clinic, Nancy enjoys babysitting her grandkids, gardening, volunteering, crafting, and spending time with family.
Leslie joined the Molitor Pet & Bird Clinic team in September 2018 after taking time off from her information technology and healthcare administration career. She loves animals and that she learns something new each day at the Clinic. Leslie and her husband Scott enjoy camping, gardening, raising monarchs, spending time with family, and herding their 3 cats: Cooper, Magnum and Tanner.
Marissa worked for Molitor Pet & Bird Clinic while in high school. After graduation, she worked for a bird sanctuary. In February 2019, Marissa returned to the Clinic as our Veterinary Technician. She loves that she learns something new everyday. Marissa has a soft spot for special needs animals including her own pets, Chloe the cat and Stanley the lizard. Her other pets are a bird named Joey and a cat named Dot.
Whitney began working at Molitor Pet & Bird Clinic in May 2019. She has a dog named Bella that she loves to take hiking. Whitney enjoys meeting all the pets and the variety of work she performs. Outside of work, Whitney loves to spend time with her family, try out healthy recipes, and exercise.
Part-Time Receptionist/Veterinary Assistant
Cindy has worked at Molitor Pet & Bird Clinic for over 25 years. She enjoys the bond between pets and their caretakers, and especially likes assisting Dr. Molitor in performing surgeries. Cindy and her husband Keith have two married sons, two dogs, Charley and Henry, and a cockatiel named PeeWee. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, crafting, and spending time with family.
Part-Time Receptionist/Veterinary Assistant
Trish joined the Molitor Pet & Bird Clinic team in January 2017, and brings fresh perspective and experience from her 12 years working in the corporate world. She enjoys meeting all of the adorable patients and the variety each day brings. Outside of work, you can find Trish gardening, volunteering at her church and spending time with her family.
Samantha is a Junior at Burlington High School. She is actively involved in FFA, and serves as treasurer. If she’s not spending time with her twin sister or looking after her younger twin brothers, you can find her walking her dog or showing rabbits and turkeys at the Racine County Fair. After graduation, Samantha wants to attend UW-Stevens Point to study Wildlife Biology. What she enjoys most about working at the Clinic is the familial work environment, and that working with animals makes any kind of day better.
Bayli is a Freshman at Burlington High School. She is an active soccer player. After graduation, Bayli wants to attend school to study elementary education. Bayli and her three sisters all have red hair but neither of their parents are redheads! Working at the clinic is Bayli's first job besides babysitting. Bayli's favorite thing about working at the clinic is seeing all the animals and getting to know them. "The walks with the dogs are pretty nice too!"
Kylee is a Senior at Burlington High School. She is active in National Honor Society, ice fishing club, tennis, and softball. Outside of school, Kylee enjoys spending time with her friends and family. After graduation, Kylee is going to Gateway Technical College to study architectural drafting. For as long as she can remember, she always wanted to be some type of engineer or architect. Kylee is a night owl and prefers doing things at night rather than during the day! Kylee likes working at the clinic because the environment is an overall wonderful place. "Everyone is so nice, and I love working with the animals. There is always something to learn."
Becca is a Sophomore at UW-River Falls. She is a devoted wrestling fan, and has an even bigger passion for show cattle. She enjoys traveling to shows with her beloved bovine friends, and is studying biotechnology with hopes of getting involved in IVF for dairy cattle. She has an extra soft spot for our Clinic cat, Jack.
Jack is our beloved Clinic Cat. He came to us in June 2002 when a client found him as a kitten in a local park buried under a pile of rocks. The police brought him to Dr. Molitor to care for him, and he’s been with us ever since! Don’t let the club foot fool you - he’s not in pain, but he certainly soaks up the extra attention it gets him! Be sure to say hello to him when you stop in for your visit.