HOW TO HELP ANIMALS
Always remember to check with your local shelter to see what they need. Your donation will go directly to the animals, as a rule, in sharp contrast to some of the large national groups, whose donation income goes toward large administrative salaries and other expenses, not always for animals. But to be sure, be prepared to check out the shelter. Not all of them are as honorable as they proclaim.
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Study: Death of a Pet Can Hurt as Much as the Loss of a Relative:
New Book on Feral Cat Care
And last but not least, here is a comprehensive, authoritative book for people who help feral cats:
Alley Cat Rescue's Guide to Managing Community Cats by Louise Holton with a Foreword by Roger Tabor. Here's a link to the book at Amazon: