About Kindred Spirits Greyhound Adoption

Board of Directors:

Candi Slocum
Co-Executive Director/President
cjslocum@frontiernet.net
315-941-6125

Cindy Siddon
Co-Executive Director
csiddon@gmail.com
315-527-0091

Karen Moody
Treasurer of the Board
klmoody27@yahoo.com

Kim Bywater,
Secretary of the Board
kbywater@roadrunner.com

Steve Tuttle
Board Member

Evelyn Lester
Board Member

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Carol Robertaccio,
President Emeritis (In Memorium)

Kindred Spirits Greyhound Adoption is one of thousands of independent greyhound adoption groups that exist across the country trying to bring that number down to zero. We are a small, volunteer based, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit and, like many other independent adoption groups, rely on your generous donations to achieve our goals. We are dedicated not only to finding good homes for these retired racers, but to educating the public on the plight of the racing greyhound and the fact that these affectionate gentle animals make wonderful pets.

Whether you are interested in adopting a greyhound, just learning more about the breed, or are interested in how you can help, please read through the information posted in our website. Our links page can also lead you to more valuable information on many greyhound related topics and we would love to have you visit us at one of our events. If you have any questions please feel free to contact one of our representatives and we will get back to you in a timely manner.

“Adoption without advocacy is never enough”

Take a minute to view and listen to this piece about greyhound adoption, made especially for Kindred Spirits Greyhound Adoption.

The Race
By Matt Dahan

Since the day I was born
I’ve been running for a living.
So put your money down, as I go at it alone
‘Cause I can’t go home, I can’t go home.
My friends have gone away
Families have come and they’ve gone, they never stay too long
They go where the wind has blown
‘Cause I can’t go home, I can’t go home
I’m dreaming of a bed; shades letting in the sun.
A place where I can stay where I can spend my days, I know it’s out there.
I had a dream one day. I was runnin’ around in circles.
And then I jumped so high, that left everything behind to find my home.
To find my home.
I know it’s not too far, the race is almost won. More and more each day we’re finding our way, I’m right behind you.
Since the day I was born, I’ve been dreaming of their faces.
And here I am today, lying face down in the shade.
I’m not running anymore. I’m not running anymore.
I found my home. I found my home.