This group is for 19th Ward residents who are concerned about the plight of stray, feral, and abandoned cats in our neighborhood. It is our goal to live in a community where all cats are treated humanely and cats and humans live in harmony.
What Street (and location if not in the Quadrant)?
San Mateo Road
How long have you lived there?
Do you rent or own?
Do you plan on staying there?
Tell us about yourself:
I work in graphic design and production at an exhibit & event company. I currently own 6 cats and ride with Janine Wagner once a week as she feeds and tends to 16 feral/stray cat colonies in the Beechwood area of Rochester (thebean10.blogspot.com). I'm passionate about reuniting lost cats with their owners. I refinish furniture, garden, work on my iPad and iMac. Two grown children, whom I'm proud of and parents on Pixley Road.
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I look forward to your participation. If you have any questions don't hesitate to call Marian or me at 328-4271.