Educating all the neighbors on how to care for and live peacefully with the community cats is just as important as trapping and neutering the cats.Read More
So many cats are overlooked in shelters because of this and even worse, uneducated shelters will promote the idea that they need to be in a single-cat household. Some even refuse taking in cats that are FIV positive all together.Read More
I’ve learned over many years of fostering and having hundreds of fosters come through my home that fostering is not black-and-white. Each foster that comes to me has their own story, background, individual personality and I take all of that into consideration when I care for them and plan for their future.Read More
"I'd like to foster, but I can't afford it."
"I really want to foster, but I don't want to get stuck with the kittens if they aren't adopted."
These are just two of the comments I hear often from people who are interested in fostering cats/kittens, but are reluctant about jumping in.Read More
Adopting is a permanent decision to add a cat to your household, fostering is temporary. Fostering allows you to “try out” a cat or kitten.Read More
C5’s most wanted has been apprehended! Fertile Myrtle was on the lam and is now in custody!Read More
Tonight while out on a TNR (trap, neuter, return) job, my husband and I decided to bring out the drop trap.Read More
I’ve compiled 8 of my top trapping tips in hopes that it’ll encourage others to get out there and neuter the neighborhood ferals.Read More
Having trouble coming up with the money to neuter the ferals that you catch? The best thing to do is...Read More
My kitten Instagram account started as a place to store my photos so my friends and family wouldn’t be bombarded with photos of my foster kittens, but it became something bigger than I imagined.Read More