MEET THE TEAM
Cloud K9 Rescue has been formed by a group of like-minded people who want to make a change to the lives of Romanian dogs. In Romania the stray dog population is enormous, with thousands of dogs discarded or born into a life of suffering and uncertainty. Pregnant females, elderly and ill are either captured by merciless dog catchers or deserted at public shelters. In the shelters overcrowding, hunger, disease and fights are commonplace. The only possible way to escape this hell is to find a suitable adopter, likely in a foreign country. Our dedicated team of unpaid carers have been haunted by the plight of Romanian dogs and are committed to doing everything we possibly can for these poor souls. We work with Romanian rescuers who we know and trust, supporting them through rehoming and donations. Over the last few years we have all fostered, adopted, and raised funds for many Romanian dogs.
TRUSTEES & FOSTER CARERS
A great team of very different people, all with an unfaltering dedication to the dogs of Romania.
Everyone brings something different to the table, all vital to keeping Cloud K9 Rescue running. From fundraising, fostering, re-homing and admin, as unpaid volunteers, we all do our bit to make a difference. More up to date profiles coming soon, but here is a brief overview of who we are and what we do.
Meesh - Charity Patron & Dog Behaviourist
Bridget- Foster Carer, Events, Merchandising & Admin Coordinator in Co Durham.
Colleen- Foster Carer, Foster & Transport Coordinator in York
Beccy- Administrator, Secretary & Marketing Coordinator in Leicestershire.
Dave- Foster Carer, Treasurer & Website Coordinator in Co Durham.
Donna - Foster Carer in York.
Emma - Foster Carer in Thirk.
We have a team that is ever expanding. If you would like to help, please use the contact form on the 'More Info' page. We would very much like to offer a more geographical spread to help more dogs find their perfect homes. Please do contact us if you could offer foster space in the Lincolnshire, Norfolk, Cumbria, Midlands area.
All of our rescue dogs are fostered in a home environment alongside our pets and with our families. This enables us to correctly assess each dog and what their individual needs are which often do not become apparent until away from the shelter/kennel environment.