Recently a local donor contacted us in hopes that we could be of assistance with a rescue project of her own. While we receive multiple requests for help each day, very few people are willing to do anymore beyond the initial call for help. As an all volunteer non-profit, we have limited manpower, space, funds and time and have to be very selective with our resources. People who are willing to help us help them result in a greater impact in reducing the pet overpopulation crisis. Below is an excerpt from the donor: “These adorable kittens were born at a hotel in Dallas. I encountered them while checking one of my feral feeding stations. One look at me and they ran like the wind straight into the gutter. The next day I took traps to the hotel and caught Olivia and Oliver while mama cat was away. Mama cat soon returned and took baby Owen away and into the gutter. It took two more weeks (I tried almost daily) to catch Owen. The pursuit of their beautiful mother continues. It is my belief that she is not feral and will also get the chance to find her forever home soon. Thanks to NBCR these precious kittens are on their way to a wonderful life. ”
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