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Feb282011

Fortescue cats

http://www.nj.com/cumberland/voices/index.ssf/2011/02/ben_column_government_experime.html

Joan Bullock, of Save The Animals Foundation, says the fishermen who line the Fortescue beach in season have grown fond of the cat colony there, and many give the cats their leftover bait. Some also have donated to the cost of neutering, spaying and feeding this colony, which has been borne by several animal welfare groups, mainly Save the Animals Foundation and Animal Friends, at no cost to the township. For those who want to help, $35 covers the cost of spaying or neutering one cat. Smaller amounts will help with the cost of feeding or repairing feeding stations and shelters, which have been vandalized by a local resident. Donations can be sent to Save the Animals, P.O. Box 5689, Deptford NJ 08096, with “Fortescue cats” on the memo line. Or, Animal Friends, 1370 S. Main Road, No. 138, Vineland NJ 08360, also with the memo “Fortescue cats.”

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