Tiny tigers rescue board of directors

 

Lydia Hall

Lydia Hall

President

Lydia Hall is the founder of Tiny TIgers Rescue. A veterinary technician for many years, she has used her medical experience and love of cats to form the rescue. Lydia has several cats of her own, all cats with special behavioral or medical needs.
Amber Golding

Amber Golding

Director

Amber Golding has been involved with Tiny Tigers Rescue for almost six years. She has seven indoor cats and has adopted five Tiny Tigers. She also has two rescue dogs, a 20-year-old turtle named Myrtle, a nineteen-year-old son and a feral colony of four cats on her property. She has worked in the operating room of Northern Regional Hospital in Mount Airy, North Carolina for over ten years. She loves true crime podcasts, riding her bike and spray painting anything she can get her hands on. Amber says that she is “now and forever a crazy cat lady!”
Katie Jones

Katie Jones

Vice President

Katie Jones has always been a cat lover. She is a foster that specializes in bottle babies, special needs kittens, and kittens that need socializing. Katie drives kittens or cats to meet rescue transports and delivers cats to pet adoption events. Katie fundraises for Tiny Tiger Rescue, including organizing and administering online auctions, selling t-shirts and decals. Katie also humanely traps cats in need of medical and other care for the rescue.

Jodi Prince

Jodi Prince

Treasurer

Jodi joined Tiny Tigers Rescue in 2022.  She and her husband Mike relocated from Florida with their 8 cats in 2020.  They love living in Mt. Airy, and consider it their forever home.  Jodi has two adult sons living in Tallahassee, FL and one grandson.  She jokingly considers herself a foster failure, as she and her husband now have 11 indoor cats.

Jodi has been a cat lover since childhood!  In Tallahassee she helped coordinate a TNR program in their large neighborhood and supported protected community cats for many years.  Jodi provides weekly care for Tiny Tigers cats, and assists with trapping as needed.  Jodi took on the role of Treasurer in 2023 and transitioned Tiny Tigers Rescue to an accounting and bookkeeping system in 2024.  She also manages the rescue’s inventory and ordering of cat foods and supplies.  Jodi and her husband Mike have been active in hosting fundraiser events for TTR.  They recently partnered with a local business couple to open a nonprofit thrift store to support Mount Airy animal rescues, and develop a spay/neuter program for area residents.  

Becky Crowell Cummings

Becky Crowell Cummings

Secretary

Becky has always loved animals, especially cats since she was a child! Her family always had them growing up. But her passion for them truly began when she was 10 and her neighbor’s cat had kittens. Becky visited every day and one of them decided he was Becky’s. “Fluffy” followed her home. He was a solid white “Fluffy” Ragdoll mix that lived to be 15.
Becky became a volunteer 19 years ago doing TNR with Forgotten Felines of Forsyth. Since then Becky has trapped hundreds of kitties, many of them not feral and worked to find them homes. Becky met Lydia Hall through a mutual friend and began fostering for TTR.

Becky presently assists TTR with monitoring messages, posting on FB and managing the TNR (trap-neuter-return) program for TTR.

Becky has 4 kitties of her own, a dog and 8 “cat house kitties” that include Tiny Tigers, Teagen and Boyd.
She has 2 grown children, a son and daughter, and 4 grandchildren, 2 girls and 2 boys, ranging in ages from 3-19.

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