Meet the Board of Directors

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My passion for Cat Rescue began after seeing firsthand what a pressing issue cat homelessness is in the Leon County area. I began taking care of the neighborhood cats after their owners moved and left them behind. After successfully fostering and adopting out a few kitties on my own    I realized this was something I wanted to continue doing. I'm extremely proud of the foster program that FALC has built and hope it becomes more involved in the community education side of rescue.

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This is a great place to tell your story and give people more insight into who you are, what you do, and why it’s all about you.

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I'm Cailee, and I love all animals! I just recently graduated in the Fall of 2020, with my Bachelor's in Psychology. I've been with Fat Cat Cafe since it's opening and love helping people find their new family member! FALC and everyone involved in the rescue is one giant family and I love how we all genuinely care about each other and the kitties.

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My name is Lindsey and I've been crazy cat lady all my life! I have been working at Fat Cat Cafe for almost 2 years and also work at Paws and Claws Veterinary Hospital. I have 5 cats that I rescued as kittens including Sirius here, my maine coon. I love animals, music, painting, and spending time with my husband and newborn son. 

This is a great place to tell your story and give people more insight into who you are, what you do, and why it’s all about you.

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Hi I am Peyton Corbin and I am the newest director at FALC. I am a sophomore at University of Florida studying Biochemistry with a minor in International Humanitarian Assistance. FALC has become a huge part of my life and I am inspired daily by the cats and people that I have met through the rescue. Outside of FALC, I am a huge nature enthusiast and can probably be found running or biking the amazing trails around Tallahassee.