2022 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 $6,000 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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Squash's' story

On 4/29, Squash was scooped up out of a yard in Bensenville.  He had been laying around several yards and residents were concerned.  He went to Glen Ellyn that day and received an exam, snap test (negative!), Convenia (long acting antibiotic), blood draw, nail trim, so MUCH – check out the picture of him at the vet and thru it all, making happy paws.  14 years old, weighing 5.66 lbs, right eye ulcer, ears filled with gunk, upper respiratory?  His blood panel came back pretty good overall, and he was FIV negative!  Re-check on 5/17 included x-ray to rule out nasal polyp, discovered a punctured ear drum, continued care with additional antibiotics, fluids, ear flushes as he continued to improve.  On 6/2, ear drum much better, other symptoms improving, gaining weight to 8.7lbs!  He was taken to the 6/2 appointment by his new foster, went home with her afterwards.  In July, the foster and her husband decided they could not part with Squash a.k.a. Murphy and adopted him.  He is one happy boy!

Squash was part of a colony that was TNR’d in November of 2008.  He clearly had pretty good care all these years and only recently, due to age and probably loss of dedicated caretaker, fell on harder times.  Amazing that he did so well!  It is very rewarding that we had the resources to be able to provide care for Squash, making such a difference in his life!  Our thanks to our donors, our vets and our fabulous volunteers who care for all of the cats we encounter!

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

As If They Were Our Own!


(Note: If you'd like to see a larger version of the pictures, please click here to view the story on our website)

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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