and his brother Bougie (now deceased), were lucky to be part of
a sizeable group of cats who were rescued and tamed over the years
a first-class feral cat wrangler.
did not make it a habit to go looking for stray cats. They found
her, and soon Dorothy’s place became known as a safehouse
for “cats in transition.”
2004, Dorothy was diagnosed with cancer. Although it was difficult
for her to even talk about her illness, when she understood that
she had little time left, Dorothy made plans with JCHS for the
continued care of Spook, Toby,
Mittens, and Buster.
too many beloved companion animals become instantly homeless
upon the death of their caregivers. Please take time now to
discuss options with your lawyer and make provisions for your
animals in your will.