About Pit Sisters
We promise to provide love, homes and voices for those who cannot speak. Our focus is on the misunderstood dogs who are judged solely on their appearance.
We strive to remove the stereotypes that have been placed upon these wonderful creatures.
Committed to saving one pit bull at a time!
Jennifer Watson, President & Founder
Jen is the President and Founder of Pit Sisters. She truly loves misunderstood dogs and recognized that they desperately need help, so Pit Sisters was born. Jen has had pit bulls in her family for over seven years.
Jen is very active in the animal community. She volunteers for Animal Care and Protective Services in Jacksonville, Florida. She is also a member of the Friends of Jacksonville Animals Beaches. In addition, she serves as a member of the Duval County Animal Welfare Coalition and as a writer for the Jacksonville Pit Bull Examiner.
Jen lives with her husband, little girl, and four love-a-bull dogs.
Sybil Turner, Vice President
Sybil is the Vice President of Pit Sisters. Sybil fell in love with pit bulls when she first met her sister’s dogs.
She realized how sweet and misunderstood they are, so she joined with her sister and actively works to change minds in the community.
Sybil lives with her husband, two boys, and two rescued dogs. She is also a volunteer for Animal Care and Protective Services.
Kymberly Traylor, Community Outreach Director
Kym is the Community Outreach Director for Pit Sisters.
Kym began working with pit bull rescues two years ago and came to Pit Sisters as a volunteer in February of 2012. She has always adored her family pit bulls Bella and Anilina, with her newest Pit Sisters addition of Boost in March of 2013. This has just solidified her commitment to rescue and education in regards to this beloved and often misunderstood breed.
Kym lives with her fiancé and her four rescued dogs Bella, Anilina, Drifter and Boost.
Patricia Rafferty Muncaster, Fundraising and Events Director
Patti is the Fundraising and Events Director for Pit Sisters.
Patti came to Pit Sisters as a volunteer in July of 2012 and has been actively involved with the organization ever since.
Patti lives with her rescued dogs Milo, Lilly, Jack and her Pit Sisters rescued dog, Trina.