- Relocations and In Take
- In the Works
- 2 Garage in Cedar Hill
- 1 Plant nursery in Flower Mound
- 2 Garage and greenhouse in Denton
Plus – it was time to return to Dublin (2 hours away) and pick up equipment...then clean it. Dirty equipment is the “hidden” part of Barn Cats. Barns are dirty places by nature. Our stuff is dusty, sometimes wet from turned-over water, specks of dried poop, etc., etc. Also, birds fly around in barns and poop on our caging…gross! That is all after 3 weeks in a barn environment. We take all the caging to a car wash to clean it. I drove over 250 miles to pick up our stuff on Sunday in Aledo and Dublin. Next week we need to return to East Texas (Pickton) to pick up at the dairy farm where we placed 13 on Good Friday.
IN the WORKS:
1. We need to get our website re-designed and I am trying to figure out how to pay for that. Also, it will take many hours working with the designer, revamping the current information, putting FAQs together, adding extra pages, and setting up a new donation system….geez….on and on and on. BUT – I think it will mean better communication with less phone calls assuming people will read it – HA HA!
2. Barn Cats was organized on September 5, 2003, so we start our 10th year this September. I hope to have a dinner on September 8th to thank the board, volunteers, and other folks for supporting and promoting Barn Cats, Inc.
3. I did a presentation at the Texas Unites for the Animals in March of this year. It is now time to submit proposals for presentations for the event next year. I would like to showcase various animal services organizations around the state that are working to place feral cats rather than just euthanize them. Considering the size (254 counties) of Texas, this is a big undertaking....
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