My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Fairchild Foundation, Wyomissing, PA, USA
I wish to tell you of my own personal experience and the success of TRAP-NEUTER-RETURN. Understand that the problems we face are not the fault of these precious lives themselves. My wife and I are caregivers to the registered feral cat colony (Sweet Bay). I can tell you that prior to seeking the support and assistance of Fairchild Foundation we spent thousands of dollars to neuter, and provide a safe, healthy environment for these animals to live out their lives. My personal phrase is “It’s not easy to be an alley cat.” I can tell you of the appreciated love from a distance that we have received from these felines.
While fiscal issues of our community be as they are it truly would be to the greater good to allow and support Trap Neuter Return and Fairchild Foundation.
Understand that the Sweet Bay Colony has over the years gone from dozens of animals to but fifteen with no births or additions this year. All this while I still provide health care as needed and the opportunity for them to live out their lives. And for this I feel good, because I have done good!
In a world of anger, hate, war, and disease a program of TRAP-NEUTER-RETURN offers simply a chance at a cared-for life for a most unfortunate creature on this earth.
Thomas D. Delcamp, Vice President
The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College
215.222.4200 Ext. 3013
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They have extended and grown my compassion for all animals.
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