I'm a vet nurse, kitten foster carer and the Founder of TKNA. In late 2018, I decided to start TKNA for two reasons; I wanted to help the neonatal kitten population (who otherwise would have been euthanised), and I also wanted to help other foster carers out there learn more about caring for neonates. I had never imaged that TKNA would receive the immense support that it has and cannot wait to see what the future holds for us.
As a life-long cat lover, being involved in TKNA is a dream and I love seeing these babies get a second chance. As a vet, I've seen first hand the effects that stray, abandoned and un-sterilised cats can have on our community. I'm passionate about breaking the cycle and improving the health and welfare of these amazing creatures. I joined TKNA not only because I believe in the work we're doing, but also because I want to help make a real difference. My role is to ensure that all TKNA kittens have the best health care available and are ready to be adopted into loving families.
I have always been a cat lover and am often referred to as a Crazy Cat Lady. I'm excited to be apart of this great initiative. The work that TKNA does in not only caring for neonatal kittens but also educating others, is so important. I have nearly 10 years experience in Accounting and Finance which assists with my role within the organisation as Treasurer.
TKNA is a wonderful organisation and I’m very excited and honoured to be a part of it. Having grown up with cats, I understand their importance to a family and believe every cat and kitten deserves to find a loving home. As a marketing student, I want to use my skills to help educate others about TKNA and help this organisation continue to grow. I cannot wait to see what the future brings for TKNA.
Foster Care Coordinator
TKNA is an amazing initiative doing some great things in the community and I'm honoured to be a part of it! I've learnt so much from Jasmin and truly admire her tenacity - not everyone is cut out for being a neonatal foster carer, let alone juggling TKNA alongside a full time job. She has a great deal of knowledge and it's incredible to see her at work. TKNA is not just about helping kittens, but it's about helping the community and I think that's pretty cool.
I’m passionate about TKNA and believe all neonatal kittens deserve a chance to thrive in a loving home, no matter how they came into the world. As a Building Manager, I manage the day to day operations and fire safety which assist me in my role as Operations Manager here at TKNA. I’m excited to see TKNA grow and achieve some great things in the future.
As a doctor, I'm passionate about helping people and feel very privileged to be a part of TKNA - a cause that not only helps kittens but also our community.
Having worked as a doctor in the mental health field for several years, I'm acutely aware of the important role our furry companions play in the family structure and our overall wellbeing. TKNA is a wonderful organisation that helps people become more in touch with their feline side, as well as nurturing and providing care for the many vulnerable kittens in our communities. I am fortunate to be a member of this unique and worthy charitable organisation.