Meet Baby Boy

In August of 2014, I adopted Baby Boy… my first fur-child

When did you start?

Ever since I was a little girl, I was rescuing animals; whether it was rehabilitating the birds my cat dragged in, or searching endlessly for the dogs I'd see on "Lost" flyers in my neighborhood. By the time I turned 10, I was vegetarian, and by 13, I was fully vegan. Since I turned 20, I've worked with cats, dogs, rabbits, ferrets, pigs, birds, foxes, wolfdogs, hedgehogs... you name it!

Kissing an endangered Pure New Guinea Singing Dog
ASHA farm sanctuary vegan fundraiser

Where do you volunteer?

Though I’ve found myself at sanctuaries and shelters around the world, most of the work I do takes place in my own home. Whether it’s through hands-on fostering, or editing promo videos remotely, rescues rely on the talents of their volunteers to network and fundraise. A few rescues I’ve worked for directly include Hamburg Mutts for Freedom in NY, Luna Siberian Rescue in CA, and Save Korean Dogs in South Korea.

How do I get involved?

No matter where you are in the world, you could make a difference in the lives of animals, whether it’s by applying for your Wildlife Rehabilitation License, or helping a non-profit rescue fundraise

Animals are my passion. Whether it’s training and fostering trauma dogs from the Korean dog meat trade, or photographing rescue foxes, I love helping animals and organizations in need..  

My ferret befriending some of my favorite fosters

How many animals have you rescued?

It’s impossible to give a number; dozens? Not enough. 

Featured Rescues

Luna Siberian Rescue

Luna Siberian is a SoCal rescue dedicated to pulling huskies, and other nordic or related breeds, off of death row. They offer the dogs full vetting, rehabilitation, and breed-specific care.

Save Korean Dogs

This South Korean rescue saves dogs from the slaughterhouse, provides them vetting, and adopts them out to homes in the US and Canada. Furthermore, the organization advocates socially, and politically, for the end of the Dog Meat Trade in Korea.


This rescue, conservation, and education center specializes in the protection of vulpine and canine animals, all while teaming up with Animal Assisted Therapy organizations.