64: Londa Knaack, Cat Lady

Londa Knaack is the director of the Grand Prairie Cat Crew in Grand Prairie, Texas. Londa and the volunteers on The Cat Crew manage and care for abandoned and feral colonies of cats and kittens, through feeding, fostering, re-homing, building shelters, assisting with spay/neuter and with routine and emergency veterinary care. Learn about caring for abandoned and wild cats, why it’s important for communities to manage feral colonies, and how you can get involved, on this episode of Now I See.

To support The Grand Prairie Cat Crew, or start a similar program in your area, contact Londa at:

https://www.facebook.com/GPCatCrew

https://www.gpcatcrew.org/

[email protected]

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Blue Star Mothers 

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Texas Baptist Home for Children

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LifeLine for Families, Inc.

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UMW of Texas (Woman Build)

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