• RASKC volunteer role: Fostering animals with her family since September 2019.
  • Graduating from Auburn High School.
  • Future plans: To study zoology in college, because conservation is important to me. Activism in human relations will be talking a role in my future as well. 

What do you like about RASKC volunteering?
I love that I can spend time with animals and know it’s for a good cause. You never waste time volunteering.

What is something that you learned during RASKC volunteering?
It’s not hard to get involved! One person can really make a difference, especially to the animals you care for.

Given the COVID quarantine, what is something that is helping you get through these unprecedented times?

With COVID keeping me inside, having an animal around really motivates me. It’s another life that depends on you. Without them, I would sit in bed all day by myself. So, having cuddly company gives me inspiration to move forward. A hobby I have to keep me busy is drawing or painting. There’s a lot of time to finish a piece so no excuses!  I have always said that not everyone has a voice, like Earth and animals don’t have one at all. So I have to use mine to stand up for them or else my voice will not be used to its full potential!