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Laurel has many helpers concerned about stray, feral cats [Letter]

I would like to give praise and thanks to the Laurel spay-neuter-release program, the staff at Spay Now Animal Surgery and to a few great neighbors for helping and saving ferals. I have been taking care of some ferals for about four years; they were living under a complex that is in the middle of a tear down. I kept them fed, area clean and comfortable. The spay-neuter team heard about this and came. At first I resisted and probably several times throughout, but don't! They know exactly what they are doing with the best intentions and ease for the animals. Thanks to them and a couple of great neighbors that lent some of their land for them, they have been spayed, neutered, had their shots and are in a nice area where I can keep them comfortable, fed and clean. Their building is now torn down but they all made it safely and are happy.

I also have a few great neighbors in my complex that have helped a great deal in watching over them during this process, helped in setting up this new area, gave many rides and helped carry food in and for any emergencies I had of any kind. I would also like to say thank you to my rental office for keeping me informed enough so that they could get out in time for their lives to be saved.

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If you don't have pets and are in a position to make donations to this organization, please do so. I take my own cat there. Even if he cries on the way, it stops the minute I walk in due to the kind staff and doctor.

Mary Bishop

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