Yesterday, Feral Fixers sent in eight more cats to the PAWS-Chicago Spay/Neuter clinic to be fixed. Two of them were ferals (special, indoor/outdoor situations) while the other six were 'friendly ferals'.
Super-volunteer Charli picked up the cats from Judy's in the morning and brought them to PAWS (Thanks Charli!) while I picked them up from PAWS in the afternoon and brought them back to Tammy's for recovery and distribution. And, as always, super-volunteer Judy was there at both ends of the trip, helping out with everything that needed doing (Thanks Judy!).
One of the friendlies, a big orange-and-white tabby, had a severe heart murmur and was judged not healthy enough to have surgery, and one of the ferals turns out to have already been neutered (but not "chipped and tipped") but the other six cats were fixed.
So, with these first six cats of February, Feral Fixers has now processed 39 cats for the year and 6,015 overall since we started operations way back in 2007.