Online fundraising underway for cat fix program


Since 2017, The Big Fix of Jackson County volunteers have worked with Crothersville, Medora, Seymour and surrounding areas to trap, spay or neuter, rabies vaccinate, ear tip and return 484 stray and feral cats.

By altering that many community cats in two years, it has prevented the birth of 32,428 kittens, said Cathi Eagan, founder and director of CanINE Express Transport Project who has helped lead the project.

Continuing this effort will have a dramatic effect on the community cat population in the coming years, Eagan said.

The Werling Charitable Foundation of Brown County has promised $1,500 to spay or neuter more Jackson County community cats if $1,500 can be raised in matching funds.

With $3,000, another 120 community cats in Jackson County can be altered, Eagan said.

Anyone interested in donating may visit and search for "The Big Fix of Jackson County."

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