May 21, 2012
I wasn't a "cat person" before, until I noticed there was a feral cat living outside my house. I began feeding her and soon I noticed she was pregnant and she also had a very bad eye infection. When she had the babies I took all of them to the vet and he recommended keeping them inside the house so I could give mom her medication. He also said he could fix all four cats (mom and the kittens) but of course he would charge a lot of money. I couldn't afford that since I already had two rescued dogs at home. I began searching the internet and found FixNation. I got in touch with Liz Cava (a wonderful person) and she helped me. Mom was fixed first and when the kittens were old enough they were fixed as well. I felt such a relief. I fell in love with the kittens, so I kept them, but since I continued feeding mom outside, more cats started coming to eat. With the help of FixNation, I've been able to trap 15 more cats. They loaned me the traps; were kind enough to keep rescheduling appointments whenever I could not trap any cats and Liz would reply to all of my e-mails. The office staff is very kind and understanding. I really don't know what I would have done without FixNation. Plus, I discovered that cats are wonderful creatures that deserve caring. I'm really grateful for everything that they do.
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