On Charles and Project Treadstone
SEPTEMBER 16, 2009
As for Project Treadstone, there have been three fatalities-by-automobile and one litter of three kittens, two of whom were caught and adopted fairly early.
Pahokee Opens for Project Treadstone
MARCH 20, 2009
And what's a week at Project Treadstone without the obligatory black cat. What the heck is Pahokee, you ask? If you click on this map , you'll see. It's a city in Florida on our largest lake, Lake Okeechobee.
Yet More Good News for Project Treadstone
MARCH 22, 2009
She said her Trapper Man could go to the Project Treadstone site--last night and this morning--and trap up to 10 cats that she would bring to Pahokee. However, she does have people who can help, and now that Pahokee's open they will focus some time each week on Project Treadstone! This one's more like Good News for Mary Martin. I received a call yesterday from a woman who started a coalition for homeless cats.
On Project Treadstone and Welfare, OED-Style
MARCH 28, 2009
Project Treadstone If anyone in Palm Beach County wants to get involved in the Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) of feral cats, now is the time, as the county's Spay Shuttle is back in business (but for a whopping $40/cat rather than the original $15), and Pahokee ($25/cat) is open as well.
Powder Puff, RIP, and More
APRIL 8, 2009
Stephanie posted the first of a series of guest posts by yours truly about TNR and Project Treadstone over at her immensely popular site at Change.org. Speaking of Project Treadstone, Powder Puff, seen below, died over the weekend.
APRIL 7, 2010
From the feral cats of Project Treadstone to Charles' back surgery to problems with Violet's Vetsulin (insulin for dogs), we had more than our share of issues. As for Project Treadstone, after several false starts, trapping, spaying and neutering will resume next week.