Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Every couple weeks we do a "Treehouse run," where multiple cats are driven to and from the Treehouse clinic for their TNA or TNR package. All our cats get the full menu of care, including microchip, ear cleaning, and vaccinations; TNA cats don't get the eartip. Above is a photo of a typical carload: one kitten, three TNA adults, and one TNR cat in a trap (covered for his comfort).
These trips require a lot of coordination, so thanks to Laura S. for coordinating this and the medical care for our foster cats, and to those of you who spend your time driving: Anna G., Mary Jean K., Brianna A., Andrea F., Kim M., Mireille D., Laura T., Che N., Ainat M., and Laura S. (again). Without these people volunteering to drive up to EIGHT cats at a time to and from the clinic, we would not be able to TNR or adopt out cats at all. A proactive thank you to Meg M. who is driving three cats this Friday in the heat ... so that Ophelia, Jane, and Susanna never go into heat!
If you would like to help out with this important task, even if it's just once in a while, it would be so fantastic to have another driver in the rotation. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.