People's choice award
Read their stories and vote for your favorite!
Voting ends April 15. Winner will be announced at the Furball on May 5, 2018
TIGGER. Hi. My name is Tigger. My sister Patches and I were on a walkabout in Washougal, WA, and wandered onto Joe’s property. Shortly after we arrived, we sure surprised him—with a litter of kittens each! He took us to FCCO to be spayed, and he found great homes for all of our kids to boot. My sis and I are purrfectly happy and healthy now.
MAMA. They call me Mama in my Oregon City neighborhood because I’ve given birth to so many kittens. I love being a mom but worry about all my babies. Sterling and Candice, who kindly feed and care for us, knew it was time for me to retire from mommy duties. It took a bit of purr-suasion but I finally let them catch me. A quick visit to FCCO and now I’m enjoying a stress free, healthy life!
BUTTONS. Howdy! I’m Buttons from Molalla and I live on a farm with my feral friends. We were tough to catch for our trip to FCCO but our caregiver Stephanie was paw-sistent in her efforts to help us lead a healthy life. Now we’re neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and living the country life.
TWO FACE. Just take a look at me, all black and tawny, and you’ll know why I was named Two Face! I’m from Corbett and thought I was pretty clever to hide near a skunk when Gabriel tried to catch me for a visit to FCCO. But he had collected my kittens for the journey so after some pro-cat-stination, I decided to go along. Now we’re all fit for the future.
LEROY BROWN. I’m Leroy and my pals and I were living the life of junkyard cats in a scrap metal recycling facility. A nice woman who works there named Kathy was worried about our safety so she tempted us with food, took us to FCCO for a snip job, then relocated us to a wonderful farm where we have our own digs in the garage and meal delivery. Now we’re happy to be barnyard cats!