Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Trapping Activities October 26 - 27

We have been working in Crystal Lake II this week to isolate and trap a number of cats around the cul-de-sac at the end of Crystal Lake Drive. There are reported to be 6 - 8 cats in the area; we have trapped 4.





Sunday, October 25, 2009

Sandestin Feeding Stations

Feeding Stations as of October 2009. Click on the images for a closer view.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Trapping Activities October 22nd & 23rd

We spent Wednesday and Thursday trapping in the area around Tivoli Terrace. Four cats (all male) were delivered to the Cat Clinic for a check-up, shots, and neuter.

FFSD090054 - male

FFSD090053 - male

FFSD090052 - male

FFSD090051 - male (no microchip)

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Trapping Activities October 20th

We responded to a feral cat sighting in Deerwood tuesday night and trapped 3 cats, one male and two females. They were taken to the Cat Clinic Wednesday morning. All are resting comfortably tonight and will be released back to Deerwood Thursday morning.

Black and White Female

Solid Black Male

Gray and White Female Tabby

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Trapping Activity October 19th

Traps were set in the Tivoli Terrace neighborhood Monday night and a female tabby cat was trapped. She was delivered to the Cat Clinic Monday morning for a checkup, shots, and spay. She will be released Wednesday morning.

FFSD090047 - Female tabby

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Trapping Activities October 15th

Trapping was done in two areas Wednesday night - Beachwalk and Baytowne Village.
One male brown tabby was trapped near the Beachwalk pool. No cats were trapped in Baytowne Village.

Brown Male Tabby

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Trapping Activity October 12-14

Three cats were trapped near the Beachwalk pool on Monday night and Tuesday morning. Two males and one female.

Solid Black Male

Solid Black Female

Solid Black Male

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Cat Rescue at Destin Commons

This cute little tabby was rescued from inside an engine block this past weekend. It took two days and dozens of people (including the Destin Fire Department). Click here to read the whole story.