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Julio Jimenez, Tribune - NEWS - A growing number of cats are making the Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch home. Despite an ongoing effort to remove the cats but their numbers continue to increase. Gilbert 11-27-07
The Chandler Police Department is looking for whomever may have poisoned four feral cats Thursday.
Feral cats, they're everywhere in Yuma County. Sometimes you might spot them going through your trash can at night, walking all over your car parked outside your house, being chased by dogs, running down the street or playing in your yard.
Melissa Newton of Gilbert and her volunteer group of feline wranglers are on a quest to trap and neuter 1,000 feral cats this month.
Valley resident Clare Allen is responsible for feeding this feral cat colony in her garage. PHOTO PROVIDED BY CLARE ALLEN
Two $20 bills or less is all that’s needed to save the life of a homeless cat and keep the number of stray cats from multiplying, feral cat organizations are telling the public today, which is national Feral Cat Day.
It's not a good time to be in the job market - for people or pets.
A growing number of cats are making the Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch home.
A Queen Creek woman has built a one-of-a-kind shelter for homeless cats in her backyard. Now, more than a month after the shelter’s completion, Lorie Fessenmeyer and her nonprofit organization, Cats Without a Provider, are seeking donations to fund her ambitious and ongoing project.
DINNERTIME: Lorie Fessenmeyer serves dinner for the 24 feral cats she houses inside the 900-square-foot For Cat’s Sake sanctuary in the backyard of her Queen Creek home.
Lorie Fessenmeyer exits the 900 sqft "For Cat's Sake" sanctuary in the back yard of her Queen Creek home after collecting dinner bowls for the felines.
Lisa Anderson knew the people who lived in the house on the next street over had a lot of cats. But Anderson, along with other members of various pet rescue groups, had no idea the magnitude of the mess they would uncover as they began retrieving the Persian-breed cats from the home.
With a deadline looming, two factions are debating how to solve a years-old problem of feral cats roaming the Gilbert Riparian Preserve.
As dusk fell, the downtown Scottsdale parking lot was clearing out but there were still more than a few cars scattered about the asphalt. And resting atop a pickup truck was a cat, looking completely unconcerned that his perch might drive away.
Carole Tucak prepares to refill one of the downtown Scottsdale’s feral cats’ feeding stations. Downtown businesses help pay for veterinarian bills after the cats are trapped, neutered and released.
For years, the Gilbert Riparian Preserve has been home not only to birds and bird-watchers, but also feral cats, many of them former pets who were dumped there by irresponsible owners. Save the Cats Arizona has been trapping these felines and then putting them into foster homes for rehabilitation with the hope of future adoption. Now they need your help.
Each night, the crawl space under portable building No. 10 at Poston Junior High School in Mesa comes alive with activity.
For years, Gilbert’s Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch has been a popular spot for pet owners to dump unwanted cats to fend for themselves among the elements and wildlife inside the 110-acre park.
Feral cats are friends, not pests.
A sign outside the Arizona Humane Society says the cat you are about to surrender will most likely be put to death. Yet still the public swamps the Humane Society with more than 700 cats a week, nearly twice as many as their two shelters can handle. The intake numbers are equally as startling at Maricopa County Animal Care and Control. Even though cats are now America's No. 1 pet, they perish at an alarming rate in Maricopa County.
Ten people were evacuated Sunday night from motor homes parked at a south Scottsdale Elks Lodge after police said a Phoenix man pointed a rifle at two people trapping feral cats behind the building in an effort to spay and neuter them.
Ten people were evacuated Sunday night from motor homes parked at a south Scottsdale Elks Lodge after police said a Phoenix man pointed a rifle at two people who were trapping feral cats behind the building in an effort to spay and neuter them.