Molly Ann Willett was born in Hastings, Nebraska as a Cornhusker. GO BIG RED. When she was 3 years old, she told her parents she wanted to be an elephant, so she could live with the animals. As she got older, she decided that a veterinarian was a good second choice. But being an elephant would be cool right?

Dr. Willett pursued her bachelor’s degree in biology at a private college in Nebraska, and the sought her DVM through Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated in 2012 and moved to the Florida Keys to practice at an AAHA double certified, fast paced 24 hour Emergency and General Practice Hospital. This is where she honed her skills for all species of animals. She has worked on companion animals such as dogs and cats, small and furry such as ferrets and rabbits, full of feathers with all sizes of birds, and scaly and slithery such as iguanas and snakes. She also donated her time performing surgeries on injured/debilitated sea turtles at a local Sea Turtle Rescue.

Dr. Willett has extensive knowledge in all forms of veterinary medicine and all species of pets. She is affluent in internal medicine cases such as kidney, liver and thyroid disease as well as diabetes, Cushing’s and other diseases. She has a vast knowledge of husbandry for all animals including birds, reptiles, small mammals and companion animals. She also enjoys soft tissue surgery including everything from normal spays and neuters, to large mass removals and abdominal surgeries. She understands the importance of routine dental cleanings and dental work to improve the overall quality of life of her patients. She strives to promote the human animal bond and keep the animals healthy and happy.

Dr. Willett enjoys outdoor activities such as tennis, hiking, fishing, diving, kayaking and all other water activities. She also enjoys spending time with her many animals as she boasts a zoo of her own. These include a Border Collie mix named Bentley and a Boxer mix named Red, 2 cats who respond to Olive Oyl and Gizmo, 3 snakes Pete, Lily, and Lazarus who love to cuddle, 3 leopard geckos D’Artagnan, Aramis and Athos, and 2 cuddly fuzzy rats Mario and Luigi. Within the last year unfortunately she has dealt with the loss of 2 elderly cats TJ and Sissy, and 2 elderly chameleons Kuppa and Remington. Though she is close to her dream of living with the animals, she is lucky to also share her home with a two-legged companion who answers to Jim, and tiny little tot named Charlotte.

Dr. Willett moved to Texas and bought a home in 2014. She has been practicing in the immediate area ever since. She has now decided it is time to purchase her own hospital and provide friendly veterinary care to all species of pets of the people of Kemah, League City, and surrounding communities. She has found the perfect hospital in the perfect location with Fur Feathers and Friends Veterinary Hospital and will work hard to continue with Dr. Baker’s commitment to high quality, friendly and affordable veterinary care.

Kimberly Carlisle

My name is Kimberly Carlisle, and I am one of the lead technicians here at Fur Feathers and Friends as a Level 3 Certified veterinary technician. I have been in the vet field for over 10 years and enjoy every aspect of my job. Although, we all have our favorite aspects of veterinary medicine and mine are exotic medicine, critical care and emergency medicine and client relationships. I have 2 daughters and 13 animals at home that consist of 2 dogs, 1 cat, and 10 various lizards including bearded dragons, leopard geckos and a Chinese water dragon. A fun fact about me is that I am allergic to all my patients, but that does not stop me from loving on each and everyone of them and caring for them like they are my own.

Silvestre Rodriguez

Silvestre has been in the veterinary field in almost every aspect since 2000. He started out at as a kennel worker at another clinic, has worked at several other hospitals growing his skills, and has since worked himself up to a veterinary assistant in a lead position at Fur Feathers and Friends. Currently he acts as a veterinary assistant, assisting the doctor with surgery and appointments, as well as managing the office in its day to day duties. He has 3 cats, Bruce Wayne, Anya, and Fred and a dog named River Song. He also likes small rodents, like rats and guinea pigs but at this time is still looking for his forever furry friend. His hobbies include reading, video games, and lots of traveling. He also loves Buffy, so if you do too, you may be his new best friend!

Becky Livingston

I’m Becky and as the front desk administrator, my job is to ensure your experience at Fur Feathers and Friends Veterinary Hospital exceeds your expectations at each and every visit. I’ve spent 20 years in Customer Service with almost 10 years in the animal care industry. My favorite part of my job is building relationships with clients and making sure your fur babies are cared for like they are our own. I have an amazing husband who is usually fishing on Clear Lake, two incredible daughters, a fantastic Son-in-Law, and an absolutely perfect granddaughter! I love cooking for and taking care of all of them. I also love to occasionally escape them! I have three very sweet (and sometimes naughty) dogs, Preston, Oliver, and Ruger who love living on the water and chasing ducks. I look forward to meeting you all very soon!

Hannah Zucha

Hi, I’m Hannah. I just graduated from Clear Creek Highschool and look forward to pursuing my passion of working with animals. Eventually, I plan on going to Texas A&M to pursue veterinary medicine. At a young age I had a strong love for animals. I was the little girl that would come home with a stray animal every week. I’m a very up beat and goofy person and will be the one who bounces when I’m talking to you, because I love meeting new people. I love to eat. I love being outdoors, going hiking, swimming, and camping. I also love to travel and would like to see the world. My goal is to retire in the Bahamas.I currently have no pets, but look forward to learning about exotics under Dr. Willett and eventually adopt a little critter of my own.