UntoldAnimalStories.org – We provide stories, videos, and photos to help promote humane treatment of animals and small acts of compassion. Generally gentle in our approach rather than shocking, we seek to invite connection, compassion and, from that, action. In addition, we provide tips on what you can do to help animals. We are a 501(c)3 organization.
Do you have an animal or rescue story you’d like to see featured? … An action tip? … A video or photograph you’d like to share? … Would you like to be a guest blogger? …
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our contact page.
On behalf of the animals. . .thank you
Founders & Board of Directors:
Carolyn Cott has 25+ years of experience translating ideas into language. She’s been a writer/editor at Yale University, writer for a Fortune 500 company, and is currently a writing consultant for diverse organizations and individuals. Carolyn has long been a proponent of humane treatment of animals, has written articles on the topic, and has volunteered with Boulder Valley Humane Society and Chester County SPCA. She has been involved in 100+ animal rescues in Colorado and Pennsylvania. She is a writer for Humane Society International.
Emily Stollman has assisted in animal rescues and caring for abandoned pets since childhood. Currently a college student, Emily has taught in an environmental education camp, won second place in the US Congressional Art Competition for High School Students, and is engaged in several community service projects. She designed the website for Untold Animal Stories and serves as co-editor for blog posts.
Gretchen Pachlhofer created FriendsofMrsP.org, a non-profit foundation for all creatures great and small. Her volunteer-based organization provides veterinary care, food assistance, transport, evaluation, and training, with 100% of proceeds benefiting the animals. Gretchen is also sole proprietor of The Living Coach, Inc., an Austin-based life coaching practice; she was trained by Martha Beck. She has operated a pet-sitting business for more than 15 years. Gretchen is a member of LEAP Foundation, which focuses on healing the world’s ecosystems and supporting their inhabitants.