2021 As If They Were Our Own

Feral Fixers treats every cat we come across AS IF THEY WERE OUR OWN. This often requires much additional expense for Medical Care which impacts our ability to fulfill our primary mission of Trap-Neuter-Return.

For this year's fundraiser, we have a promise of $8,100 in matching funds!

We ask you to please donate whatever you can to help us pay for these additional medical expense so we can continue to treat all cats AS IF THEY WERE OUR OWN.

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Roxbury comes from a colony where we have neutered 45 cats so far - 15 kittens and 30 adults and there are 4 more kittens in foster waiting to be old enough to be neutered and go on to happy homes. When Roxbury went in for her spay we didn't know just how bad her eye was, but DCAS recommended her eye be removed and we are so grateful they were able to do it at the same time as her spay. This was a location that the caretakers told us that there were 10 - 15 cats and now we are at almost 50 to date. The "As If They Were Our Own" funds make a huge difference in the lives of the cats and of the caretakers who simply cannot care for the numbers that grow so quickly and the health issues that may occur. Roxbury is up for adoption with her close pal Misty, who also came from a larger than expected colony. Please help us help them!

The Three Kittens

These three were trapped with their mom. Mom has been spayed and is in foster and these three are in another foster. They all just showed up and curled up by the sliding glass door. Their names are now Morgana, Morrie, & Moon Pie and donations from fundraisers like "As If They Were Our Own" will help us facilitate their neuters and vaccinations going forward! They are so lucky that we have donors to help!

These are just more cats that we give the care and consideration

As If They Were Our Own!


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Feral Fixers, NFP

About the Organization

Feral Fixers practices Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) in and around DuPage County, IL. TNR is the only proven, humane, long-term solution to the problem of outdoor "community" cats.

PO Box 1416
Lombard, IL 60148

EIN: 13-4364615



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