Diviya Roney, Founder & CEO
I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration, emphasis in Finance. My passion and research in the field of Cancer took a turn in 2013 when the Captain of Clayton Co Animal Control asked for my assistance with the cats - their euthanasia rate was well over 95% at that time! Every feral cat was killed without even a chance! I started Friends of Clayton Co Cats and my group has saved the lives of over 14,000 cats in 8 years!
Frida's Companion Animals Foundation Inc. has been my dream. In 2019 it all came to fruition! Our mission is to try to reduce the number of cats entering Clayton Co Animal Control by offering Spay & Neuter & TNR services to families that cannot afford it! We have also extended our support into Cherokee County and Henry County! Educating people on the importance of fixing their pets has been a key focus! While we help pets in need, we have decided to also help people in need!! We truly believe those causes go hand in hand!
F.C.A.F. will continue to honor the life of the late Ms. Katie Bell who committed suicide in 2014. This is a legacy foundation of a special human and her 2 very special cats Max (who I lost in July 2017 at the age of 18+) and Frida (who I lost in October 2019 at the age of 17+, the namesake of this Foundation)! Lifting people out of despair and giving hope to the hopeless - 1 family and 1 pet at a time is what we stand for!
Dr. Lisa King, DVM
I received my bachelor’s degree in Zoology in 1992 and went on to attend the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1996.
I joined Animal Hospital of Towne Lake/ Cat Clinic of Woodstock in 2008, after directing a practice for 12 years in Alpharetta.
Frida was my patient and everyone at the Clinic has heard me say on multiple occasions that she was just the sweetest cat ever. When I heard of the creation of Frida’s Companion Animals Foundation, Inc., I knew this was a fabulous cause for both pets and people. I am very happy to be part of this organization that’s trying to change the lives of so many!
Julie Bryant Cummings
I'm very excited to help with Trap Neuter Return (TNR) and rescue in Cherokee County where I have lived since I was six years old. I have a bachelor degree in Health and Physical Education. My career is booking corporate travel for my family business.
I have spent the last twenty-one years with my two daughters who both have a love for all animals. It's very rewarding having them help with fostering and TNR. This teaches them to educate others on the importance of Spay & Neuter and helping families and pets.
I am honored to be a part of Frida's Companion Animals Foundation and look forward to helping further the mission of one animal and one human at a time.