Sheriff’s office investigating cat shooting

Published: Thursday, September 5, 2013 at 12:08 PM.

Jennings and Crow have been working to move the colony to a new, safer home in Freeport . While they're rushing to build a cat-proof enclosure, the seven cats they could catch are being temporarily housed at Freeport Pet Clinic.

They have been taking care of the cats since 2009 when Jennings was asked to take care of a dying neighbor's feral cat colony. She agreed noting that the rest of the neighborhood had offered to help pay for spaying and neutering, but when it came time to collect Jennings said she was only given $2.

“They're the unsung heroes," Alley Cat’s Robinson said of people like Jennings , Crow and Stitt.  

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