March 7, 2010
I am the Special Services Officer for Cut Bank Animal Shelter, Cut Bank MT. My husband is the Animal Control Officer. We attended and work the Kitty Keepers' Spay/Neuter Clinics six times a year for low-income families. Kitty Keepers allows us to bring animals from our shelter to the clinics. In the past ten years, they have altered 4062 animals for communities along the upper part of Montana, mainly Hill County.
I am also the webmaster of Kitty Keepers website. I have seen the difference that having animal entered into a website can make in the reduction of sanctuary animals. Kitty Keepers has had as many as 250 animals in the sanctuary. They are presently down to 49 animals. The care that Kitty Keepers gives to the animals is superior. No matter what their health is, all cats are treated and loved by the staff at Kitty Keepers. They go into the nursing home with the cats to provide the human touch that all people need regardles of age. They have a school program and teach children the proper way to handle a cat and to give it love. Kitty Keepers is an assest to their community.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
professional and courtesy in their efforts to care for the animals that they deal with on a daily basis whether at the sanctuary or the low-income spay/neuter clinics.
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
Professional with expertise in this field & Webmaster; Special Services Officer; I design Kitty Keepers website and keep it up to date. At Clinics, I am the data entry person.