Big Daddy still in the garage

Still Too Cold

While we were waiting for the temperatures to warm up, we did neuter a couple more cats. On 3/28 we sent 3 feral females to ADOPT. They were kept a little extra time after before being returned to make sure they were up to conditions.

On 3/29 we did a favor for an animal control, neutering a feral that couldn’t go back and then relocating him = 1 feral male.

Surgery? I don't think so!

And Then #11,000 Today!

Feral Fixers super-volunteers Charli & Debbie

We sent 19 ferals to DCAS, 9 females and 10 males. Of them, five were really beat up. One of the males, who had the least injuries, passed away as soon as he received sedation – it is rare, but it happens. Resuscitation was attempted for 15 minutes but to no avail. Big Daddy, #11,000 had quite a day as you can tell from the pictures! He, as well as another male, Peter, will have to have all four canines removed at Glen Ellyn next Tuesday – broken off with pulp exposed because of too much fighting. This will be expensive but they are very healthy otherwise and can live for years to come.

DuPage County Animal Services Spay/Neuter Mobile Unit

The cats in this post came from Addison, Bartlett, Darien, Des Plaines, Elmhurst, Glendale Heights, Hanover Park, Villa Park, West Chicago, concentrating on females and injured with these trips. This brings us to 22 for March, 18 for April, 43 for the year and 11,014 since our beginning.

Hope to see you at the Kitten Shower!


Dr. Von Waldau and DCAS volunteer Rachel
Congratulations from DCAS!


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