We’re All Animal Lovers!

The most reliable way to get in touch with any of our staff members is through email. You can also contact us via phone at (850) 224-9193 during office hours.

Lisa Glunt

Executive Director

I have been working in the animal field since graduating from FSU in 2002. Prior to working professionally with animals, I grew up riding and showing horses, volunteering at a private rescue in South Florida, and trying to save every turtle that crossed the road, every lizard that made its way into our house, and every kitten that our careless neighbors discarded over our fence.

During the summer months of my college years I managed a ranch in Ocala which was heaven for me! Now that I am a wife and mother, one of my greatest accomplishments is watching my own children display their love for animals. My oldest son can at any given time name every cat in the LCHS office and tell you about all of their personalities. It is very important to me that we teach our future generations to love and respect animals and in particular that they learn to understand the importance of spaying/neutering, adoption, and the proper care at every stage of an animal's life.


Amy Raddar

Dog Foster Program Coordinator

I have owned dogs all my life. I have a great respect for the love and loyalty these animals provide to their owners, and I am a staunch advocate for the humane treatment of all animals.

I have a special fondness for bulldog breeds, especially pit bulls, because these breeds are often misunderstood, mishandled, and misrepresented in the media. I have actively participated in statewide programs to educate the public about the crime of dog fighting, to rescue dogs from fight rings, and to offer a cash reward in Florida for tips and information that lead to the arrest of individuals who operate and/or participate in dog fighting rings. The most important job I have is rescuing dogs from shelters and cruelty situations.


Deidre Hatcher

Cat Foster Program Coordinator

From a young age I knew I wanted to work with animals when I “grew up”. When I was about 13, I began volunteering in veterinary clinics, and continued to volunteer at clinics and shelters for almost 10 years.

After graduating from FSU with a B.S. in Biology, I started working at Paws & Claws Veterinary Hospital, where I learned more about the animal rescue field. After I began fostering dogs in 2011, I knew that animal rescue was my passion.

The thing that amazes me most about animals is their ability to forgive and move on, no matter what they have been through. The trust and companionship of a pet is unlike anything else. I am so excited to be working in a field I love so much, where I feel like I can make a difference in animals lives every day. I enjoy talking to and working with like minded people, who also want to help the animals in our community.

I have one dog, named Bullwinkle; he is giant and silly, but loves having foster siblings to play with and teach as much as I do.


Nikki Moulton

Animal Care Administrator

In 2016, while working as a 911 Dispatcher for the City of Tallahassee, I came across an urgent foster plea on social media regarding a two-day old orphaned kitten and felt deeply compelled to help. When my journey with that kitten was over, I knew I wanted to spend the rest of my life advocating and caring for the World's most fragile creatures.

I changed careers soon after and began working at Paws and Claws Veterinary Hospital. While serving the clients, patients, and staff of Paws and Claws I learned an enormous amount about animal medicine, the human-animal bond, and about the local non-profits the hospital partnered with.

Among those non-profits was the Leon County Humane Society. LCHS employs a group of like-minded individuals that I have considered heroes for many years. The opportunity to work among them is humbling and I'm excited to continue my journey in rescue and helping animals and people alike.