FCCO Spay/Neuter clinics for feral and stray cats

 
$3,640
$18,860
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Remaining
Apr 4, 2013

60,000 Cats!

Meet Rosie, our 60,000th cat helped since FCCO's founding in 1995!

     Our landmark 60,000th cat, “Rosie,” was spayed March 21, 2013, at our spay/neuter clinic in Portland. She is one of a colony of four in La Center, WA, and the offspring of a passing female who gave birth in the caregiver’s barn last year. 

     Rosie and her three siblings are now spayed/neutered and vaccinated. They will continue to live as barn cats, watched over by their kind caregiver.

     Reaching 60,000 cats is an incredible milestone made possible by wonderful donors and volunteers like you. To reach the next 60,000 cats, we need your continued support along with growing the number of people who know and care about feral cats.

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Devon Jahn

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Portland, OR United States

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