Saturday, March 26, 2005
ART SHOW TO RAISE FUNDS FOR HOMELESS CATS
KPIX-TV 5, CA
... The bayfront feral population has been reduced to about 134 cats, down from about 170 a year ago, said Cimeron Morrissey, a spokesperson for Project Bay Cat. ...
Chessie came out of the marsh
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, FL
... disappeared into the bushes. We had heard about a group of feral cats in the swamp, so we made the decision to rescue the orphan. ...
FIRST-EVER NATIONAL ANIMAL CONTROL APPRECIATION WEEK, APRIL 11-17
The National Animal Control Association (NACA) is proud to announce the first annual celebration of the important work of animal control officers all across the country. Explains NACA board member Kevin Kilgore, “This will be the week that these hard-working and dedicated professionals can finally be honored by having the whole community say thank you for helping when no one else would—or would even know how to.”
Are you part of a department or group that works closely with a local animal control agency? NACA invites you to show your support by sponsoring a lunch or appreciation party for them, or sending a thank-you card during the upcoming weekly celebration. For more ideas, or to learn more about NACA, please visit the group’s website.