Feral #12, day 2, Feral #11, day 2Feral #10, day 2, Feral #9, day 2, Feral #1, day 1, Feral #8, day 1, Feral #7, day 1, Feral #6, day 1, Feral #5, day 1, Feral #4, day 1, Feral #3, day 1, Feral #2, day 1, On March 1, 2015, my landlord told me that our neighborhood was being overpopulated by feral cats. This landlord did not know what to do and was going to take these cats to a shelter where these innocent kittens would be euthanized. After contacting several shelters and facilities, I told my landlord about this local non-profit organization called Humboldt Spay/ Neuter Network. After telling this organization about our situation, they provided me with traps and explained how to safely trap, monitor, re-release, and feed these cats. This organization is also going to be providing each cat with a flea treatment, rabies vaccine, and spay/neuter procedure. After leaving from this amazing facility, I set my trap and successfully caught eight cats . After taking the cats to the non-profit organization, I borrowed four more traps. To my surprise I actually caught four more kittens and they seem to be the last ones from this large colony! After the cats are done being spayed/neutered, I will be responsible for releasing all twelve of these cats to their original location, feeding these cats for their life-time, and monitoring to see if new stray cats show up. I just recently graduated from college and therefore I am on a very tight budget. I really need your help and support to purchase quality food for these cats. The $250 donation will feed all twelve of these kittens for approximately 6-7 months. Your support will give these kittens a second chance at a happy and healthy life that they desperately deserve.