Paws Cause volunteers went above and beyond, helping us to trap several feral cats in our backyard. They then took them to a vet who spayed or neutered them, and when they recovered, returned them to our neighborhood. They also take in young kittens and find homes for them, and bottle feed tiny orphaned kittens. They rescue impounded cats too from the local shelter and find homes for them. They are great people who really make a difference.
They helped catch and alter (spay neuter and return) three feral cats in our neighborhood and help rescue ferals from our local shelter. Good people.
Always willing to help with my feral cats and kittens, thanks to Paws Cause and Woods Humane Society, I have gotten about 20 ferals fixed for very reasonable prices. I could not afford it without them.
Very disorganized event for 2015 Spay Day. My cat got mixed up with the strays and as a result he had his right ear clipped (the mark of a feral, stray cat not a domestic housecat). When we picked him up he reeked of cat urine and his crate was covered with cat spray on the outside plastic. I called the organization to speak to someone, left a voicemail, and sent emails. No follow-up has been given. I just want to make sure that no one ever gets there domestic house cat neutered through this organization unless they are prepared for a very sick, cat pee saturated, ear clipped kitty.