orange cat lying downPlanning a summer vacation with the kids or just a night out of town? Board your cat at Devonshire Veterinary Clinic and have peace of mind knowing that your furry friend will be well taken care of and living in total comfort in our new cat condos!

Feline Boarding Amenities

  • Viewing window to keep your cat entertained
  • Veterinary medical services as requested
  • Quiet, feline-exclusive area
  • Double cat condos for multiple pets

We require that all cats boarding with us are current on vaccinations including Rabies and Distemper, are free of internal/external parasites, and that male cats are neutered.

Microchipping keeps pet safe if they wander off, get frightened, lost or are stolen. Devonshire Veterinary Clinic now offers HomeAgain microchips for your pets.

Call us at (765) 644-3628 today for more information! Visit the HomeAgain website

The staff at Devonshire Veterinary Clinic has over fifty years of clinic experience. Each staff member strives to provide personal care and compassion to every pet patient.

Vet Assistant Marla with Dog AtticusMarla has been involved in veterinary medicine for more than 23 years. She has been fascinated by the innovations in the veterinary field over the years, and loves to learn how to better care for the clients' "kids." Although she loves to learn, Marla says the best part of her career is meeting the clients and their kids, both two-legged and four-legged. She is married and has one daughter. Marla enjoys spending time with her grandson Camdyn, who keeps her very busy, as well as her three dogs Koda (Great Pyrenees), Atticus (Great Dane), and Olaf (Maltese).


Veterinary Assistant Monica with SweetieMonica joined our staff in October of 2012. She began her career her as a part-time assistant while attending college to become an elementary school teacher. Monica wound up enjoying her job so much that she has decided to join the team full-time. Monica is married and has one furry kid, her Jack Russell/Beagle pup, Sweetie. When Monica isn't at the clinic, she enjoys reading, relaxing and spending time with friends and family.


Veterinary Receptionist Connie with CatOriginally from Wabash, Connie has worked for Devonshire Veterinary Clinic twice now. She feels like Devonshire is part of her family which is why she returned. Connie loves meeting new clients and their furry children, but her favorite part of her job is seeing the clients return year after year so she can watch their pets grow. Connie has two sons and three grandsons that all live in Wabash. She keeps busy with her crew at home, two dogs and three cats, Katie Lou, Jack, Daisy, Char, and Henry Thomas.