Molly Ann Willett was born in Hastings Nebraska. 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.
Dr. Willett pursued her bachelors degree in Biology at a private college in Nebraska, and then sought her DVM through Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. She moved to the Florida Keys afteer graduation and practiced at a fast paced 24 hr Emergency and General Practice Hospital. There 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, and scaly and slithery such as iguanas and snakes. She also donated her time performing surgeries on injuried/debilitated sea turtles at a local Sea Turtle Rescue.
Dr. Willett enjoys outdoor activities such as tennis, hiking, fishing, diving, and all other water activities. She also enjoys spending time with her animals as she boasts a zoo of her own, including a Border Collie mix named Bentley, 2 cats who respond to Sissy and TJ, 2 snakes called Petosky and Lilit, 2 chameleons also known as Remmington and Kuppa, and a two legged companion who goes by Jim. She has recently adopted a Boxer mix named Red, as she continues toward her dream of living with the animals.