One of the best things to happen to Marin Friends of Ferals was meeting Linda Elder.
She’s made a valuable impact within her rural farming community by introducing the importance of TNR to humanely manage feral community cats. With this method, Linda has improved the quality of life for over 130 cats (and counting).
This educational story about her first encounter with ferals has taken our cause to the next level – teaching our children that these victims of human neglect deserve not only our empathy, but our help, to reduce their suffering and help give them a decent quality of life.
Janet Williams, President
Marin Friends of Ferals