And seven more for Cinco de Mayo
The Feral Blog
Written by Ted Semon   
Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Today, we processed seven more cats (six ferals and one 'friendly feral') at the PAWS-Chicago Spay/Neuter clinic.


Super-volunteer Jennifer drove them to PAWS this morning (Thanks Jennifer!) while I picked them up this evening and drove them back to Tammy's for recovery.


If you don't know where PAWS is located, its address is 3516 W 26th Street - right in the heart of the Little Village neighborhood of Chicago. It is a VERY Hispanic neighborhood and I was dreading the drive down there today - today being Cinco de Mayo. When this neighborhood decides to have a party, it HAS A PARTY!!! Streets are blocked off, music is blaring, the crowds are out, etc. It's all very friendly and looks like a lot of fun, but it sure plays havoc with traffic. Anyway, I was dreading driving through it today, but there was nothing going on - nada. No streets blocked off, and the traffic was moving well (as well as it can in a busy Chicago neighborhood during rush hour ☺).


One becomes thankful for small favors...


Anyway, with these seven cats, Feral Fixers has now TNR'd 19 cats for this month, 274 for this year and 1,753 overall.

 

Search the Feral Fixers website