We are an all-volunteer run organization. We would not exist without our fabulous volunteers and the support of community members. Below are some of our team members, but we have many more members in our volunteer family, and would love to have you join our team! Fill out the form below if you would like to join us!
As a lifelong cat-lover, Frances founded For the Cats' Sake in 2014, to help the cats of Rappahannock and the surrounding counties. She specializes and oversees the many aspects of running the group, including T.N.R., adoptions, fostering, communications, rescue, fundraising, etc., and is President of the Board of Directors.
Judy has been a valued advisor and volunteer with For the Cats' Sake since it's formation. As retired Director of the Fauquier SPCA, she brings a wealth of knowledge and a passion for cats, both friendly and feral. Judy is on the Board of Directors, and helps manage our T.N.R. program. She also helps at our main foster location, applies for grants. and fosters kittens at times.
Courtney joined the team in 2019 due to her love for animals and the fact that she can't bring anymore home! She is a member of the Board of Directors, specializes in adoptions, social media, fundraising, finding roles for volunteers, volunteers at our main foster location, and communications.
As a life-long cat-lover, Claudia started volunteering with FTCS several years ago before becoming a member of the board. She provides support in the areas of fundraising, special events, and helps each week at the main foster location in Flint Hill. We repaid her with BO, her much beloved black, former feral cat, adopted from our group.
Robin initially came to us for help with her neighbor’s colony that had over 30 cats. After we fixed the entire colony, she joined our team and returns the favor to other cat colonies in need. She specializes in TNR, fundraising, social media, photography, and is our database guru.
Sadie has owned cats and dogs her entire life, and started volunteering with the group in 2019. She currently manages the Front Royal volunteers and colonies, and also assists with fundraising, trapping, transportation and the fosters in Flint Hill.
Lavonne is a life-long Rappahannock resident and runs a working cattle farm with her family. She has horses, dogs and cats and runs her own business as a self-employed accountant. Lavonne brings her talents to be on our Board of Directors as Treasurer.