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  • Karen or Darren
    Jul 26, 2010
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      no, but just mentioning it...



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      From: "Pam Norman" <pam_norman@...>
      Sent: Monday, July 26, 2010 8:23 PM
      To: <WisCats@yahoogroups.com>
      Subject: Re: [WisCats] New to the group looking for a bit of information

      > If she's in Manitowoc, I don't think she's going to qualify for Dane
      > County discounts!
      >
      > Karen or Darren wrote:
      >>
      >> There is Spay Me in Madison area (Sun Prairie now) that does low cost
      >> Spay/Neuter for feral/outdoor/barn cats for $35 each and if you are a
      >> Dane County Resident there is no charge. You can check out Spay Me's
      >> info at http://www.spayme.com <http://www.spayme.com> and I think
      >> there are a couple people on this list that work with TNR that might
      >> offer transportation to Spay Me as well but not positive.
      >> Hope this helps!
      >> Karen
      >> Kindred Kitties volunteer
      >> A spay/neuter coordinator for West of I 94
      >>
      >> *From:* drgnflybelle <mailto:drgnflybelle@...>
      >> *Sent:* Monday, July 26, 2010 6:49 PM
      >> *To:* WisCats@yahoogroups.com <mailto:WisCats@yahoogroups.com>
      >> *Subject:* [WisCats] New to the group looking for a bit of information
      >>
      >> Hi I am new to the group so I will just give you a quick back story so
      >> you understand the situation then ask my questions. I live in
      >> Manitowoc wisconsin. We moved to a farm 2 years ago, shortly after we
      >> moved here some starving cats showed up. We found the original
      >> caretaker, her husband had a stroke around the time we moved her plus
      >> a family of raccoons moved into steal her cat food. So she had stopped
      >> feeding them till the coons left, half the cats stayed here with us
      >> the other half went back home after a couple of months. She has now
      >> been diagnosed with cancer and has stopped feeding the cats again
      >> because she can't financially, we jumped from about 10 cats to 30. She
      >> does not mind if we do TNR.
      >> I have found Cats anonymous in GreenBay, They can be flexible on their
      >> price cause 30 cats X $50 a piece is out of our price range. That
      >> tends to be the standard price for that here correct? However there is
      >> a 4-5 month waiting list.
      >> I was just curious if there are possibly more options that I have
      >> missed in my research, and if there are any places I can get live
      >> traps to lease/borrow/use/rent? Cats anonymous does have some we can
      >> use but its $50 deposit for each one and it is over an hour away from
      >> us, I would need the help of a family member to transport it all so
      >> asking them to do that many trips with me might be stretching their
      >> generosity. I think in total we would be going there and back...8 trips?
      >> So I am open to suggestions thanks in advance.
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