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Last Revised: 06/3/2018
Clinic space donated by Rory McNeil, seen here with volunteer David and
PURR-ANGELS mascot Tramp
Initial effort began to manage cat colonies through
fledgling spay/neuter/vaccinate, feeding, fostering and adoption
Status as non-profit 501(c) (3) organization
- A busy year:
- Drs. Lowell Novy and Patricia Chism donated
their services to begin free spay/neuter/vaccinate clinics
in April at SCAC facility. Recruitment of professional and lay
volunteers to operate the clinics begins.
- First four clinics held at SCAC facility with a
total of 219 cats altered in 2006.
- Rory McNeil donated use of Yreka clinic site. Building
retrofitted by volunteers and community donations.
- First free spay/neuter/vaccinate clinic
held at new site in March. Seven clinics held in 2007
with a total of 492 cats altered.
Ten clinics held in 2008 with a
total of 569 cats altered.
Dr. Bud Adams joined the clinic veterinary
staff in March.Ten clinics held in 2009 with a
total of 643 cats altered.
Dr. Jennifer Gibson joined the clinic veterinary staff in April.
To-date PURR-ANGELS has
provided 116 free spay/neuter/vaccinate clinics
for a total of 4683 cats altered.
This brief history shows the progress that has been made in managing and
controlling the Siskiyou County feral/homeless cat population. As our
programs expand, so does the funding and volunteers necessary to provide
this community service. Our programs are totally supported by tax
deductible community donations and PURR-ANGELS fundraisers. Please help
us to help Siskiyou County!
Last Revised 6/19/2018