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The people who take care of feral cat colonies through feeding and trap, neuter, return work come in all shapes and sizes, but every last one of them has a great, big heart.

#4 R is for RETURN! Elizabeth Parowski, of Alley Cat Allies, returns Captain, a feral cat, to his outdoor home after he was trapped, neutered and vaccinated. Many organizations like Alley Cat Allies trap Montgomery Countyís feral cats and release them back in the outdoors after they are fixed as a way to control the population.

The Things We Do for Love: "My Cats Have Their Own Strollers"

KUDOS AND THANKS TO THESE OFFICERS...IMHO THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THEY SHOULD BE DOING RATHER THAN JUST HAULING FERAL KITTIES INTO KILL SHELTERS AND KILLING THEM....SAME WITH DOGS. GOD BLESS THESE FOLKS WHO HAVE HEARTS.~KATHY~

Protect feral cats, embrace No Kill. I take care of feral cats myself...please help make a difference