2011 CAT DISPLAY IN BLANCO BINDSEIL PARK CHRISTMAS THEME:
The Blanco High School art teacher, Perry Kuebel, and some of her students made this display that is now located in Bindseil Park as part of the Christmas display.
Our Cat Coalition helped her with some cats and this is a wonderful gift in return for us!
CAT AND OWNER RE-UNITED BY CAT COALITION VOLUNTEERS:
Story of reunion makes local newspapers. "It's great to have Belmont back!!" said Nadine.
| "Blanco County Cat Coalition reunites Nadine with her |
long lost cat Belmont.
Nadine Roeder lost her cat and checked the website of the
Blanco County Cat Coalition for Adoptable and Lost and Found cats.
She telephoned the contact number found on the website and was given
the person taking care of the orange cat that she thought was her
beloved Belmont. He had been renamed Morris and was shown on the
website simply as a male, neutered, unknown age, not old. The
website said he was gorgeous and friendly to caretaker. On Sunday,
April 12th she and her Belmont were reunited. Belmont, now home
again, was served ham for his Easter Sunday dinner. At first he was
a little scared and unfamiliar with home, but he adjusted in one
day. Belmont and Nadine are now happily reunited.
you have lost a pet cat or would like to adopt a new cat or kitten,
please check the Blanco County Cat Coalition web site at
The Blanco County Cat Coalition is a local
non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of stray and
feral cats in Blanco County through Trap-Neuter-Return.
The Coalition also provides an adoption service
and works with the Blanco County Disaster Response Group (www.blancocountydisasterresponsegroup.org)
in providing shelter for cats in times of natural
See Belmont's Profile (Look for "Morris")
CAT COALITION VOLUNTEERS STAFF THE OUTREACH BOOTH AT BLANCO MARKET DAYS EVENT, MAY
Volunteers help the public understand
more about domestic and feral cats,
and inform them about the services
provided by the non-profit Cat Coalition.
Donations were accepted
at the event and items were sold to re-stock the kitty coffer.
are used for spay, neutering, inoculation and euthanasia services
at local veterinarian clinics.
Donations can also be made any
time through the donation page on this web site (see menu tab above).
TRAPPING PROCESS: We will soon have more pictures of cats on this web page that we have trapped, Also check the menu tab above for pictures of available cats that are healthy, neutered, and ready for a loving family.
and our trapping process, how we handle cats, conditions we find, and other interesting situations.
The adoption process is simple.
Please check back soon.
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