Our volunteer colony feeders notified our director that new cats were spotted at one of our colonies. Here are some initial pictures as they are a little skittish. Properly conducted TNR means we will trap these guys and evaluate their temperament after they are spayed or neutered. They will either be placed for adoption if… Continue reading New Arrivals
Kitten Season…. If you spot some kittens that you think might be alone, you want to first determine if the mother has truly abandoned them or if mom is just off getting food. How do you do that? Wait and Observe. ( Be sure to stay out of sight and observe from a distance)… Continue reading Kitten Season is Here!
Did you know? Removal and killing of outdoor cats is never ending and futile. Colonies that are involved in TNR diminish in size over time. Mating behaviors cease such as; roaming, yowling, spraying and fighting. The cats’ physical health improves. No new kittens! TNR stops the breeding cycle of cats and therefore improves their lives… Continue reading The case for TNR
We named this very pretty girl “Jazzy”. Jazzy showed up recently at one of our feeding stations. An alert volunteer reported her to our founder so that she could be trapped and spayed. Turns out Jazzy was friendly and already spayed- clearly some unthinking person abandoned her to fend for herself. Thanks to Foundation for… Continue reading Abandoned and Confused
We have a very supportive business owner who has welcomed three cats making their homes on their business lot. Bully (grey cat), has lived at this business for many many years now, and Elsa (white/orange girl in back) joined him a few years ago. He took a little while to accept her but they get… Continue reading Bully’s Place