Since December, about $1,000 has been donated and collected to help slow down the overpopulation of feral cats in the area. The money goes to the nonprofit Vale Animal Rescue. (The Enterprise/Joe Siess)
VALE – Those who donate their time and energy to slowing down the overpopulation of feral cats in the area could use some help from the community.
The effort is funded by donations, and the money is collected in donation jars placed around town for the Vale Feral Cat Project.
Since December, about $1,000 has been donated and collected, and the money is given to the nonprofit Vale Animal Rescue, according to Angie Allum of the Vale Veterinary Clinic.
The money is earmarked to fund resources for catching feral cats, and then spaying and neutering them at the clinic.
But while . . .