In our first interview, Barbara Isherwood, a member of the volunteer-run Annex Cat Rescue (ACR), talks about the ins and outs of working with feral cats. We delve into the elusive lives of these animals, the underlying causes of their homelessness, and the creative ways the ACR helps.
With the arrival of spring comes the birth of many kittens, and the need for volunteers grows even greater. From feeding cats for an hour a week, to screening potential adopters, aiding with the Trap-Neuter/Spay-Return (TNR), or making a financial donation, among other useful contributions, the Annex Cat Rescue offers crucial support to thousands of cats who are too often neglected or simply forgotten. Isherwood calls her volunteering with the ACR the most rewarding aspect of her life. Tune in to find out why.
Then, Michelle Cliffe, WSPA‘s Communications Manager, provides an update about the organization’s efforts to help animals affected by Cyclone Nargis in Burma/Myanmar.
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