By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

Kimball Feral Cat Program Gets Results


January 6, 2022

Daria Anderson-Faden

This feral cat lives on the south side of Kimball. The city's program to catch, spay or neuter and release feral felines has become a reality.

Tiffany LaBeau, founder of Kimball's catch and release feral cat program, says she is pleased with the progress of the program.

To date, she has had eight cats fixed and vaccinated. Tiffany told the Observer that the Cheyenne Animal Shelter is very busy this time of year, and they "normally only have time to get in my cats once a month."

According to LaBeau, "Cheyenne is easy to work with, and I love their company. I never have any problems when I bring my kitties in. They are very grateful for people who bring in the strays."

"My cat clan of 20 are almost all fixed. Then I will start invo...

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