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060522 ferel cat colonies

Whitey and Ginger are the newest employees at Mike’s Saw & Supply out Hwy. 190 West. For many years, Mike and LaDonna Fuller, have worked to humanely reduce the population of the feral cat colony that moved into the field behind their store. While most programs that are established to humanely eliminate feral cat colonies are trap-neuter-release, the Fullers have taken it a step further with their own version – trap-neuter-employ. Feral cat colonies are a problem in lots of cities. Locally, Addie Spicer has made it her mission to help solve this problem but needs money, volunteers, and feline-friendly storage facilities to carry out her work. If you can help this cat rescuer with money, time or space please contact the SPCA of Polk County at 936-933-6888 or 936-755-3020.
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