Sam and Onyx are victims of feline bullying. It is our task to find each of them a forever home where no other felines abide. Both love people and dogs are OK. But felines are a definite "no." We've had others like them in the Program. Placement is always a challenge. But solo situations do exist. It's just a bit more difficult to find them because most feline fanciers have more than just one feline in residence.
Our 10th annual academy awards show was a great success! The Fancy Feline Fair, 2018, once again celebrated the felines who have become such a big part of our lives. They came from distant shores – Sheboygan, Green Bay, and places in between to take part in the big party at the Two Rivers Community Center.
The Roamer Program has taken in 4 “dumped” felines within the last 6 weeks. These felines are all friendly and at some point in their previous lives, have been indoor felines. One of the felines found in a yard gave birth to 4 kittens the same day she was found. Last week, Beetlejuice, a former Roamer was found “roaming’ the streets of Manitowoc.
5 newbie kittens were lucky enough to be born in the Roamer Program after their mom was live trapped in a back yard. The mom was about ready to deliver. Instead of growing up feral in a back yard, with continual threats from predators, both 2 legged and 4 legged, these kittens and their mom are enjoying the comfort and safeness of one of the clinics that works with the program.
Due to the reorganization of our website (www.freeroamingfelineprogram.org) some of our new kids have not yet made an appearance. Willow and Theo have their pics on our Facebook. However, we would also like to introduce Mr. Smurff, Peeps, and a new girl who just came in, whose identity is under investigation. Sadly, all 5 new kids are Roamers who were abandoned.