Judy - a super-volunteer
Since I’ve been side-lined with surgery Judy has taken on the phone, scheduling and recovery in addition to the kittens she was already fostering and the trapping she was doing. There is no way one person can do all this, yet she has done an excellent job and 57 cats and kittens were neutered, with dozens of kittens being fostered and placed for adoption. All coordinated by Judy! Hopefully I will be able to take back a lot of the responsibilities, including the phone, soon. I don’t know what Feral Fixers would have done without Judy to rely on and we owe her an immense amount of gratitude for stepping in!!!
Where should we go to adopt?
We receive phone calls and e-mails asking where one should go to adopt – since Feral fixers does not do adoptions – and we always recommend the shelters and vets that help us by accepting and adopting the kittens and friendlies that we come across. Please visit PURRS, the Buddy Foundation, Felines Inc., West Suburban Humane Society, Heartland and Carriage Animal Hospital. But, remember, adopting opens up a cage for another cat to come in from the outside!
Hope to see you at Cataoke!