Jordan started her journey will Dallas DogRRR in 2018, when she and her wife Haley adopted their dog Socks from DogRRR. They started following the rescue on social media, and decided they wanted to get more involved. In March 2019, they began fostering dogs. In August of the same year, they started fostering cats. In October 2020, Jordan and her wife stepped up to a bigger role on the cat side, and have since become the lead volunteers for CatRRR.
Jordan says “Rescue is something we are very passionate about, and we wouldn't have it any other way.” She believes the best part about rescue is getting to watch the kitties grow and find their homes, especially when it is a sick cat that she has helped nurse back to health.
Jordan says she loves volunteering with DallasDogRRR because of everything the rescue stands for, and the fact that DogRRR does everything in its power for its animals.