Brady gettin' some lovin'
On 3/1, we sent one feral male to ADOPT for s/n.
3/2, we used the spay/neuter clinic at CatNap From The Heart for the first time. They have one vet, one tech who has other duties and can handle 10 or so cats a day. They were able to take our one female feral on short notice who had been trapped on Thursday.
On 3/8, we sent 4 friendlies, 8 ferals, of which 8 were males and 4 were females to ADOPT.
3/9 - again, surprise cats were trapped on Thursday and CatNap came thru for us for 2 feral males.
11 ferals went to PAWS on 3/22, 8 females and 3 males. Among them was Fulton who hid the fact that he had a broken bone protruding from his rear leg. Ferals require much lengthier care for a leg amputation, they don't do well with a cone, medicating & care of the wound is extremely difficult and the infection was extensive so we opted for euthanasia. He came from a wooded area, other cats have had bird of prey injuries.
Brady's leg (another view)
Many thanks to Debbie, Charli, Dedra,, Laura, Linda & Mark for all of the transporting they have done for us to get these cats neutered!
For March, so far we have neutered 37 cats, 67 for the year and 10,384 since our beginning in 2007!
Right now we have 6 volunteers signed up for the Human Race on April 28th - you can run, you can walk, you can donate! You can go straight to the donation page for Feral Fixers - https://runsignup.com/Race/27820/Charity/5419 and help motivate our participants or become one yourself!
Don't forget to pre-register for our Kitten Shower on April 22nd!
Thank you all for supporting us!
(If you click on either of the XRay picture thumbnails, a full-size version of the picture will be shown. And, if you click on the picture thumbnail of Brady, you'll see a short video of him enjoying some attention.)