December 9, 2017

Interview! Sandy Rees, Founder and Chief Encouragement Officer – Get Fully Funded

“I’ve always felt deep in my soul that I’m here to help lots of people. I have a sensitive heart and can’t stand to see anyone suffer.” Sandy helps non-profits and charities who have been used to nickel and dime fundraising work on getting to six or seven figures on […]
December 2, 2017

Interview! Cameron Moore, Program Manager, Million Cat Challenge

“Hurricane Irma’s reach was intense for shelters across Florida, but it will only help us to plan for future incidents.” Cameron is a return guest (head to Episode 61 for information on how she got started in the business) that is here today to discuss the hurricane relief efforts in […]
November 25, 2017

Interview! Jim Tedford, President and CEO for the Society of Animal Welfare Administrators, SAWA

“Our role is to make connections between people who need relief versus the members we know who can provide relief.” Jim is a returning guest who has been actively engaged in the animal welfare movement for over 30 years. He was involved in the professional association of leaders in animal […]
November 18, 2017

Interview! Matt Michelson and Calvin Bohn, Co-Founders, Smalls

“58% of cats are overweight, and 28% of those are considered obese. This is up 7% since just 2011 and something clearly needs to change.” Matt, the Master Business Person, and Calvin, Head Chef, are taking a fresh look at feeding felines after seeing just how many cats are overweight, […]
November 11, 2017

Interview! Adam Myatt, The Cat Man of West Oakland

“These cats are street smart, tough as nails, and have definitely scene some stuff, but they are our neighborhood cats and are softies at heart.” Cats have been taking over this amazing guy’s life for the last 8 years! What started as a small photography hobby has turned into a […]
November 4, 2017

Interview! Dr. Mike Greenberg, Program Director for Target Zero

“We want to teach people to set goals, and then to use metrics to measure their progress towards them.” Dr. Mike Greenberg is the program director for Target Zero, a project that helps municipal shelters achieve live release rates of 90% or above for community cats. He is also the […]