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Phone: 6107638382
PO Box 6431
Wyomissing
Pennsylvania 19610
USA
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Geographic areas served: Berks County, PA

Programs: Our goal is to spay and neuter 30 feral cats every month this year to help reduce the cat overpopulation problem in our community.  By spaying and neutering feral cats we can effectively reduce the number of cats that are euthanized in animal shelters by millions over the next several years.  Because feral cats are unsocialized to humans and can’t adjust to life in a human home, the only possible outcome is death if they enter a shelter.

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Fairchild Foundation is an all volunteer, non-profit grassroots Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) organization that helps spay and neuter stray and feral cats in Berks County and surrounding areas in PA thus reducing the unwanted cat population by millions.  Fairchild was the first formal organization in Berks County of its kind, and it established a valuable resource where none had existed before.

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02/23/11
For the past 3 years I have been taking care of the feral cats in our area. We live in the country so our numbers were not just getting higher because of kittens but people dropping cats off. Last year I called our Humane Society to see if they had a feral cat program they did not and could not ... more »
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02/22/11
In January of 2001 my local paper had a full page article on the number of cats that were euthanized at our two public animal shelters in my county. I had no idea! 2,000! I was so horrified I never slept all night. I was retiring in a few months and vowed that I would find out what was being ... more »
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02/22/11
I started feeding some stray cats a few years back who just showed up on my porch one day; there were 3 of them and all 3 ended up being pregnate at the same time! (At one point i had 24 cats @ my place!). As they had their kittens i tried to keep them were they would have human contact so i ... more »
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