, Ph.D., is an award-winning blogger and photographer for Sweet Purrfections where she writes about Persian cat health, daily care, education, and the human-animal bond. Paula also dedicates her time to the Cat Writers’ Association where she currently serves as President.
Another amazing episode for our CAT mazing POdcast!!
Learn about our Guest Anna Murin!
Anna Murrin, Metro Denver CAT Program Manager
Anna Murrin is the program manager for Metro Denver CAT, where she has worked on designing and implementing effective solutions to cat overpopulation and welfare concerns since 2016. In that time, Metro Denver CAT has provided free services including Trap-Neuter-Return for over 6,000 cats. Her experience in animal welfare has focused on a variety of outreach-based programs, including spay/neuter outreach with the ASPCA in New York City, and she is passionate about connecting directly with communities to help people improve the lives of the animals in their care. She lives in Denver with her husband Christian and two senior cats.
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Another awesome guest for Today! Are you a Cat Lover?
Alana Grelyak is a writer, filmmaker, musician, and the founder of Catharsis Creative, LLC. She is best known for her script writing and acting in the CATastrophes Web Series, with over 125,000 subscribers and 40 million views on YouTube, and for her blog https://buff.ly/2HsbMTp. She is currently the Vice President of the Cat Writers Association and the Associate Director of Content at PAWS Chicago. In between all that and fostering homeless kittens, she just started a new comedy cat video series on YouTube called Cat in the Fridge Films and invites you to come check it out!
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We will have 2 amazing guests for Today!
Let's Meet Tena Lundquist Faust and Shannon Von Eiff!
Shannon is a tireless advocate for homeless cats and kittens in the Houston area. In the last 4 years, she and her team of fosters have been responsible for transporting or finding homes for over 1,000 cats and kittens in and around Houston.
She began working as a veterinary technician at a private practice where she unexpectedly found herself navigating the world of tiny bottle kittens when a litter of 4, 5 day old kittens were abandoned at the clinic. Having been a “dog person” all of her life, she was determined to help those kittens survive and thus began her journey into educating herself as to all of the nuances of neonatal kittens. Those kittens actually never left the Von Eiff household and shared the home of Shannon and veterinarian husband, Dr. Garnett Von Eiff for the next 19 + years. It also spurred her into the role of adoption coordinator for homeless creatures through the veterinary practice.
The Von Eiff family shares their home with 4 dogs, 3 cats and multiple foster animals.
Tena Lundquist Faust’s commitment to homeless animals stretches back more than 15 years, to when she first began advocating for animals in 2003.
Tena went on to cofound the Highland Village Adoption Center, and then served as a founding member of Houston’s BARC Foundation. Since then, Tena has devoted her time to serving as a full-time, volunteer Co-President of Houston PetSet alongside her twin sister, Tama Lundquist.
When Tena isn’t working to save Houston’s stray dogs and cats, she and her husband spend time with their Hurricane Harvey rescue dog, Finnegan and his new brother, Benjamin. Tena’s passion for animals was sparked by her love of her Westie dog of 17 years, Taz.
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Veronica Coit, President & Founder of Asheville Cat Weirdos & Asheville Cat Weirdos Emergency Fund.
Veronica is originally from Frisco NC, and moved to WNC in 2004.
March of 2016 Veronica started the Facebook group, Asheville Cat Weirdos, founded on community, kindness & a love of our favorite 4 legged friend. Very quickly they saw there were unifying experiences, similar to their own, and in 2017 the Asheville Cat Weirdos Emergency Fund was born.
Now Veronica balances day to day life with being a parent, spouse, foster cat parent, small business owner (Veronica Coit at WestSide Shears), non-profit leader, and Mama Kitty to a group with over 12,000 members as of spring 2020.
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part 2 of learning about Dogs, Cats and many more! Let's talk about where we left of with Mariangela and Sterling Davis!