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Ward Graham is an engineer by training and loves a good problem to solve. He mostly spends his time working and worrying about his bees. He also enjoys art, reading old science fiction rags, and making a mess of the yard with his tractor. He also enjoys world travel and has been to over 30 countries. If you would like to reach him, please send an email.

Bye Fall! Bye October!

October was as busy as ever for us and that’s ok because fall is the best time for TNR. Fifty-seven (57!) cats and kittens were trapped in October and 48 of these were spayed or neutered.


September summary

Forty-three cats entered our traps in September and 37 of these were spayed or neutered. More than half were females who will be spared the dangers of giving birth to kittens outdoors.


Meet Gregory!

Every so often we are asked to trap a cat who has been left behind in a house. After a lot of time being scared and hissing, with a lot of love and patience, we can pet him! He is such a special cat.


Busy June!

June was another busy month for our volunteer trappers. We helped a total of 58 cats and kittens in the city of Rochester. Many of the 42 “big” cats were returned to their kind feeders who watch out for them every day. These cats have now retired from the kitten-making business.