RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Do you have a new furry friend in your home? Are you considering getting a new pet?
Wherever you are in the process, our most recent Digital Dialogue answered all your questions on animal rescuing and adoption.
NBC12′s Jasmine Turner hosted the discussion with the following panelists:
Kaicee Robertson, the special events coordinator at Richmond Animal League. She’s worked in animal welfare for eight years and is committed to improving the lives of all animals.
Robertson shares her home with two rescued dogs and many cats, including some very special feral barn cats (... oh ... and her husband, too!).
Tarra Moxley, serves on Richmond Animal League Finance Committee. She has been a volunteer with Richmond Animal League since 2009. She served on the Richmond Animal League board
of directors from 2011-2017 and is a lead volunteer for Richmond Animal League’s community outreach program, Gracie’s Guardians. She has two pit bull rescues from Richmond Animal Care
Robin Young, the outreach coordinator at Richmond Animal Care and Control. She oversees the volunteer and foster programs, as well as community and media outreach.
Young was previously the volunteer/foster coordinator at the Martinsville-Henrico County SPCA.
Tamsen Heckel Kingry, chief operating officer at Richmond SPCA. She joined joined Richmond SPCA in 2002 and also oversees the organization’s communications and development.
Kingry, who had a key role in creating the Susan M. Markel Veterinary Hospital, shares her home with two adopted cats and dog as well as occasionally bottle baby foster kittens.
Be sure to show off photos of your adopted animals on NBC12′s Facebook page!