Without the staff of KHCC and KHCC rescue, none of this would be possible, from the Founder, right the way through to the person who last offered their help this week, and the ones that have been there from the very beginning.
To make the Facebook Group and the Rescue work, it takes alot of co-ordination, time taken from other life commitments.
A big shout out to the following people, who you may hear more about later on, on the KHCC Admin and Fosterers pages
So here is a little introduction to the people who make things happen. Some of them might be a little shy at posting up their profiles, so I see no reason at all why KHCC Facebook Members can’t set up a post to encourage them and remind them we don’t know all the things we want to know about them. After all, without them, the magic (actually it’s alot of hard work!) would not happen!
Caroline Alexander – Founder of KHCC Facebook Page, Admin, Staff, Cat Auditor (mainly Ali from Moon hoarding!)
Caroline formed the group back in 2012, and it has gone from strength to strength in that time, and now has over 7500 members.
Danni Clews – Care Co-ordinator / Fundraising Co-ordinator, Fosterer, Hand-rear specialist, Disney Cat Namer
You will hear a little more about Danni on the KHCC Admin Page, and her story of how she got involved in Fostering and took on more roles than the cats could count on their paws!
Ali O’Cat – Head Fosterer, Hoarder of Moons, and general superhero
Ali has been responsible for evolving KHCC from the amazing Facebook resource and help into the rescue that it has become, its been a huge task, and she somehow magically finds room for “yet another cat”
Eloise Winspur – Young Fosterer, Photographer for KHCC Rescue, Fundraiser, Co-ordinator for Christmas Shoe Box Appeal, basically the Cinderella of the KHCC world
It has to be noted, that whilst Eloise is not only the youngest fosterer, don’t mistake that for lack of knowledge, she is a mine of information! Not only does she do all the roles above, but she is also at University, like all the Admins and Fosterers they have a huge amount of commitment to KHCC whilst also having other responsibilities too.