Although we are based in Anacortes, we provide services throughout the Puget Sound region. Our expanded service area extends north to Bellingham, west to Whidbey Island, east to Snohomish, throughout the greater Seattle area, and as far south as Tacoma. All of our services are tailored to cats and their families.

We recognize that finding a house call veterinarian who focuses on feline care can be difficult. We are happy to provide services for clients outside our usual service area for an additional fee and will travel throughout western Washington to serve our feline patients.

Behavioral Consultations

Dr. Hicks is committed to your ensuring the bond between your family and your cat remains strong. After assessing your cat’s behavior and environment, she will provide a detailed diagnosis and treatment plan for your cat. She creates compassionate, innovative, and achievable solutions to your cat’s unique needs, and offers regular follow up to track your cat’s progress.

Dr. Hicks will collaborate with you and your primary care veterinarian throughout the treatment process. The first step is to e-mail us at and complete the behavior history form we send. We also require the last year of medical history for your cat. You may contact your primary care veterinarian to e-mail the records directly to Dr. Hicks. As medical problems may contribute to behavioral challenges, Dr. Hicks may request laboratory tests prior to a behavioral consultation. These tests would need to be performed by your primary care veterinarian.

After reviewing your cat’s behavior and medical history, Dr. Hicks will schedule a house call. The consultation will last approximately 60 to 90 minutes and include discussion and demonstration of your cat’s diagnosis and treatment strategies. A detailed treatment plan will be e-mailed to you and your primary care veterinarian. Medication may be prescribed if indicated. Six months of phone and/or e-mail follow-up are included with your consultation.

Hospice Care

Pet hospice care focuses on the pet’s and family’s needs; on living life as fully and with as much dignity as possible until the time of death; and on attaining a degree of preparation for death. We offer relief for cats with life-limiting illness to control any pain or discomfort for the best possible quality of life. We guide families through this challenging time and help them prepare to say goodbye to their beloved cat. The home hospice visit will last approximately 30 minutes and include a physical examination, discussion of your cat’s diagnosis and demonstration of treatment strategies, and a detailed treatment plan will be e-mailed to you and your primary care veterinarian. Three months of phone and/or e-mail follow-up is included with your consultation.

Home Euthanasia

We offer in-home euthanasia for cats with terminal illnesses so they may pass in comfort and dignity, surrounded by loved ones, in a familiar setting.  We offer complimentary keepsake clay paw prints. Cremation services are provided through Evergreen Pet Cremation in Oak Harbor for an additional fee if desired.

Service Fees:

The listed fees below are for the basic service area within 20 miles of Anacortes. For services outside this area, please inquire for pricing.

Behavioral consultations within a 20 mile radius of Anacortes are $250. Consultations between 20 to 35 miles from Anacortes are $350. For consultations that require travel outside a 35 mile radius or involve multiple cats with different behavior problems, please inquire for pricing.

Home Hospice: $150 +/- travel fee

Home Euthanasia: $150 +/- cremation fee (if desired) +/- travel fee

Payment is due in full at the time of service. We accept all major credit/debit cards.

Peeta, a former foster and graduate of Dr. Hicks’ “Feral Finishing School”. He now reserves his play for proper toys instead of toilet paper rolls.