Our Team in Milwaukee WI

Meet our doctor and veterinary staff! We’re here to care for your cat like they’re our own, educate and support you at every visit, and do our very best to give you both as many years together as possible.

Contact us today at (414) 272-2287 to make an appointment!

Sarah Reichert Dvm

Sarah Reichert, DVM

The Cat Doctor is pleased to welcome Sarah Reichert, DVM as our new veterinarian. Dr. Reichert brings a passion for cats and a commitment to partner with owners to better the lives of our feline family members. In her new role at The Cat Doctor, Dr. Reichert looks forward to getting to know her patients and their families and working together to foster the strong human-animal bond that helps keep cats healthy.

Dr. Reichert has loved cats since an early age. She begged her parents for her first cat at the age of eight. She and her husband share their home with two cats—Bella, a domestic shorthair and Lucy, an orange tabby. When she’s not working and caring for her cats, Dr. Reichert enjoys baking, reading and traveling. She absolutely loves chocolate—which she is sure to keep out of the reach of her cats.

Dr. Reichert earned her undergraduate degree here in Milwaukee at Marquette University, where she majored in Biological Sciences with minors in Chemistry and Psychology. Dr. Reichert is a graduate of Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, where she received her Doctor in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree. Dr. Reichert’s experience includes work with shelter animals at an animal shelter in Missouri where they focused on spay and neuter as well as diseases commonly found in shelter animals. Dr. Reichert also has experience at a veterinary emergency and specialty hospital in Des Moines, Iowa which focused on emergency medicine, surgery and oncology. She is especially interested in wellness and preventative care as well as surgery. Additionally, Dr. Reichert is a Fear Free certified veterinarian, meaning that she has completed training to help reduce or remove anxiety triggers that can cause pets to become fearful at home, in transit or at the veterinary hospital.

Dr. Reichert is excited to be returning to Milwaukee and joining our feline only, Cat Friendly certified practice where she can focus on her favorite animal—cats. She looks forward to meeting all of The Cat Doctor clients and patients over the coming months.


Nicole, Practice Manager

Nicole finds it extremely rewarding to be able to work with pets and people, because she loves animals and helping others. She has 2 grown children and 2 dogs, Sadie (Boxer mix) and Misty (Pit Bull mix). Nicole is a proud mom and grandma, and she loves her family more than anything else. When she’s not at work, she enjoys visiting Wisconsin Dells and hanging out in the lazy river.


Colleen, Patient Care Coordinator

For Colleen, the best part of her job is interacting with our clients and getting to know them and their feline family members. She and her husband, Cary, have 2 cats of their own, Nemo and Colby, both domestic shorthairs. When she’s not at work, Colleen enjoys spending her time reading, gardening (growing veggies and flowers), traveling with her husband, and spending time with their cats.


Lorie, Patient Care Coordinator

Lorie previously worked in reception and management for an animal emergency hospital for over 10 years. Her love and compassion for animals and their care kept her interested in expanding her knowledge in veterinary medicine, and we’re grateful to have her on our team. Lorie has been with us for 4 years (as of 2021) and enjoys meeting, greeting, and interacting with furry felines on a daily basis!

Outside of work, Lorie enjoys spending time and having fun outings with her 2 children and 7 grandchildren. She also likes attending church functions, reading, doing word puzzles, cooking, and taking long walks.


Megan, Certified Veterinary Technician

Megan attended St. Petersburg College, where she completed her associate degree in veterinary technology and her bachelor’s degree in animal science. At a young age, she recognized that she had a love for all animals, and at 14, she became a vegetarian. She is now in the process of transitioning into veganism, and is proud to be an advocate for all animal species. Megan worked in general practice for a couple of years, then transferred to Tampa Bay Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Care Center, where she worked in internal medicine, cardiology, and oncology. Megan then moved home in 2020 to be closer to her family and joined The Cat Doctor shortly after.

Megan has 3 cats, Pinky (Sphynx), Gertrude (Persian), and Ivan (Sphynx). When she’s not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, cats, and friends, and traveling and scuba diving.


Natalie, Veterinary Assistant

Natalie’s parents allowed their children to have every kind of pet imaginable. As a teenager, she got involved in animal rights and eventually became a vegetarian. She has an associate degree from Northern Iowa Area Community College and a BA from the University of Northern Iowa. Throughout college, Natalie volunteered at the local Humane Society and Black Hawk Wildlife Rehab Group.

Natalie and her fiancee both share a love of all creatures, and have plans to establish a veggie food truck in the not so distant future. They have 4 rescue kitties: Cubbie (a black domestic longhair), Sausage (a brown tabby domestic shorthair), Goulash (an orange tabby and brother of Sausage), and Flouffins, a domestic longhair and flame point Siamese.

Outside of the hospital, Natalie is still highly involved in the care of animals, working with cat rescues, TNR programs, and fostering and adopting out. In her free time, she enjoys being with her family and fiancee, going to live concerts, being outdoors, biking, having bonfires, kayaking with her siblings, antiquing, and thrifting.