The Feral Cat Alliance of Los Angeles recently rescued a large number of cats which had been abandoned in the San Gabriel Mountains after their families had been evicted, putting many of their guardians on the streets, homeless, and incapable of caring for their equally homeless cats.
A report I wrote on this group’s rescue of these cats can be found at: http://la.indymedia.org/news/2006/02/147322.php
With photographs of the rescued cats at: http://www.soundboxgraphics.com/campfollowscats
While all of the animals that were rescued have been spayed or neutered and have been examined by veterinarians, the Feral Cat Alliance still needs loving families to adopt these rescued cats, all of which are approximately 1 to 1.5 years old. http://www.feralcatalliance.org/ email@example.com
If you’ve considered getting a new family member – one that has been “fixed” – the Feral Cat Alliance would be a good place to go.
Also I’ve been told that there’s one cat named Willie G who is currently in the hospital and desperately needs help with his medical bills. If you can help – no matter how little you can donate to his medical bills – please contact the Feral Cat Alliance of Los Angeles.