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Inside Fur ‘N Feather Farm Before It Went Horribly Wrong — 4 Comments

  1. I volunteered to help Jean years ago and your instinct is correct she was a very kind lady. My concern at the time was more about the condition that Jean was living in because she always put the cats first. I told her at one point that she had to make one place free of cat destruction and she tried the photo she sent me had 30 cats visible …she thought that was fine…I tried to clean but it was a nearly impossible feat..she had a man who cleaned litter boxes but he left and I sat in my car and cried every Thursday…the cats at that time were fine —they were destroying the home. What happened was Jean’s husband who was a structural engineer left his position and was no longer able to fund the cats as before and people continued to drop off these poor cats…Jean would try to help each one …the one I remember best was one who could not even hold his little head up and she took him to the vet and spent hours with him and he did get better…I do not know how bad it got but I do know that Jean truly loved animals …she was sadly unable to know when to stop.I drove by the place not too long ago and it looks different so I imagine someone else lives there now..just so sad.

  2. I read the updated story prior to reading this one. Judging by the slide show here, the place doesn’t look bad, except there’s an obvious lack of enrichment for the cats, plus there are areas that needed sprucing up. I’d be interested in how this story ends.

  3. Your opinion of her mission statement is at odds with the general tenor of the article. Her goals are the same as all other sanctuaries.

    Hollow? Nope, but I do not know how to address this concern.

    • Thanks Anne. Her mission statement looks ‘hollow’ meaning inaccurate based on what has reportedly transpired. But we don’t know for sure what has transpired. There are two different points being made but I’ll re-read what I wrote and amend it if needs must.

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