Doug began volunteering with Kitty Bungalow in August of 2012. He helped with the students, did TNR and also started helping to organize and shop for supplies. Within a year and a half he was also helping with volunteer coordination, fundraising and other tasks. Since the Fall of 2012 he had been doing two shifts a week, which has ceased, only temporarily, due to the Pandemic. Doug has been in the entertainment business since 1982 but when he stopped running his own business, he suddenly found he had much more time on his hands. So, Doug began to look for a volunteer opportunity, helping felines. Although he had cats in his home over the years, it was really in 1986 that I fell in love with them in a big way, thanks Sparky, to a kitten he found and won his heart. When he's not volunteering his time, he enjoys reading, music, the internet, occasionally attending improvisation classes, seeing plays and socializing with friends.
When asked what he loves the most about working on Kitty Bungalow's Board of Directors, Doug says "I have wanted to make a difference in KB's work since I began volunteering and to utilize the skills I've gathered over 45 years of work experience, the majority spent being self-employed. I love being a Board Member because I get to work on the sustainability of our goals - making sure we have the resources and monies we need to continue saving little lives. We have a wonderful Board who are easy to work with, and who put Kitty Bungalow's welfare first and foremost. We also have a staff we are very proud of, as well as amazingly dedicated volunteers. I'm very proud and pleased to serve on the KB Board of Directors."