Julie Brommer knew she would not be able to establish a sustainable community cat program from 200 miles away without finding other people dedicated to the mission. For the past year, Julie has been speaking with people to learn more about their interests and partnering with them to find “the right” volunteer activity. Julie hopes her grassroots efforts on Chincoteague could be the beginning of a blueprint to building a reliable network of animal advocates and needed resources in a community essentially bringing animal “rescue” to the place where it is most successful… the animals’ homes. Tune in to hear about Julie’s method of connecting people and saving cats.
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then I was trying to find something to occupy my time, and I started fostering for our locals Rescue and I realized there was a need for for animal rescuing, and I’ve seen the epidemic of homeless animals and just how our society was a throwaway society and not taking responsibility.