Sue Anderson |
Sue Anderson is a 25 year veteran of animal-related non-profit organizations. Starting as a dog foster home in 1993, she quickly realized that spay and neuter was the answer to our community's dog and cat overpopulation. She has helped plan, design, build and operate two spay and neuter clinics, as well as mentoring and training start-ups in small communities in Washington. She has been the Executive Director of Pet Savers for the past ten years, which is close to celebrating its 50,000th surgery! Sue has been instrumental in forming partnerships in Spokane with animal related groups in sharing ideas, keeping accurate statistics and working together to increase the live release rates from shelter. She is an active emergency responder with training in natural disasters and animal cruelty seizures. Sue has worked with the American Humane Association and the ASPCA during hurricanes Katrina, Gustav, and Oklahoma City. Sue has participated in numerous animal cruelty seizures throughout the United States and is regarded as an expert cat handler. Sue is now putting her diverse experience to work as a volunteer at River's Wish Animal Sanctuary.