Moon Ciofalo is a part time Kennel Technician and she recently joined me for a podcast. I love having our staff come to on our podcast series. There is always a few moments of trepidation while they adjust to having a microphone in front of their face. These 10 minute interviews give me an opportunity to talk to people who have been affected by the ARL because they adopted from us, volunteered for us, or work for us. As I’ve talked about in previous blog posts, by job keeps me out of the kennels so I relish the opportunity to get to know my co-workers. We were all called to work in the shelter and it’s always interesting to hear the stories of how we ended up where we are today.
Press play above and listen in as Moon talks about her life prior to working at the ARL, how she became a Grey Muzzle foster mom, her passion for animals, what it’s like to be a working mom (with four teenage girls at home!), and what it’s like to work at the ARL.
Moon is one just one of many dedicated staff members at the ARL that is committed to caring for Berks County’s homeless pets. You can hear more of our staff’s stories by checking out our podcast archive here, or by stopping over to our staff page.