Pamela Keck moved to Alabama in December 2012 after spending 8 years in Belize Central America. While in Belize Pamela was involved with her local Humane Society and spent 3 years as the president. When moving back to the US Pamela knew she had to be involved with animals but was not quite sure in what capacity. During a conversation with vet tech Linda Currey (now a part of our board) regarding the feral cats at a local store God’s Feral Felines was born. Two weeks later on October 15, 2013 we did our first trapping. We were incorporated as a non profit in the state of Alabama December 31, 2013 and are now established as a 501(c)(3) tax deductible organization. Pamela has 16 cats and 2 dogs. When she and her husband moved to Alabama from Belize they brought with them their 14 cats and 2 dogs Missy and Molly which are affectionately known as Belizean Potlikkas.
Patti Prosch has been a part of God’s Feral Felines since it’s inception and first trapping in October 2013. She lives with 4 rescued cats and 4 dogs. When asked she stated “I am thrilled to be involved with an organization that is helping feral cats. My absolutely favorite part is the trapping.” You can see her here holding a friends cat.
Linda Currey has lived in Guntersville all my life. I graduated as a vet tech from Snead State in 1994 and immediately went to work with Spring Creek Animal Clinic. My family consists of my husband David, son Jeremy, daughters Cristie and Amy and my grandchildren. I love pugs and cats and feel blessed that I am a part of God’s Feral Felines.
My name is Rachel Crawford. I’ve been in Guntersville all my life. I graduated from Jacksonville State University in 2014 with a Bachelors of Science in biology. I started working at Spring Creek Animal Clinic in August 2015 where I first learned of God’s Feral Felines. I began volunteering with the organization doing computer work and later was able to become apart of this great organization. I currently own two dogs and two rescued cats.
Eileen’s love for animals especially dogs and cats has kept her an owner of many stray animals. Once she retired she had the opportunity for ten years to volunteer and become a board member of a no-kill shelter in MI., Friends of MI Animals Shelter. She’s still a volunteer during the summer months that she spends in MI.
Spending 5-6 months in Al. She knew she wanted to find something to do with animals. Since meeting with Pam and Patti a few years ago, she has enjoyed helping and watching GFF grow. She’s honored to be considered to fill a vacancy in our organization and will do her best to help GFF continue to grow.
Barbara Panazze is one of the newest board members, but not new to GFF. She grew up in Guntersville, AL and spent about 10 years in the Clearwater, FL area before she moved back home with her husband and son. She got her love of cats from her mother and currently has 5 cats and a dog. She really enjoys what GFF has done in Marshall County and is looking forward to see where it can go next.