FieldHaven in the Community

reaching out

September 60 Rescue Project
September, 2014

A few of the rescued kittens and cats

In late September, 2014, nearly 60 cats and kittens from a single neglect case were surrendered to FieldHaven.

The majority of the cats were very sick, requiring extensive veterinary care. Several required surgery to address their medical challenges. None of them had been vaccinated, spayed or neutered, or received the veterinary care they so desperately needed.

This was a huge stretch for our small organization to take on a project of this magnitude but we had faith in our community and our supporters - they helped in a big way to save these animals.

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FieldHaven Volunteers Play Santa Paws
December 24, 2013

FieldHaven Feline Center volunteers helped to distribute close to 9,000 pounds of pet food to community members with animals in need.

Cash donations were also received from the event which are used to care for FieldHaven Feline Center animals and our community programs, such as SNAP.

Lincoln News Messenger article

Video of us on Good Day Sacramento

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We'll definitely do this again when food is available!

Jacob's Eagle Scout Project Gives FieldHaven a New Office
July, 2013

The FieldHaven Feline Center has a new office thanks to the efforts of Eagle Scout Jacob Sherer. In the spring of 2013, for his Eagle Scout project, Jacob chose the office improvement project at FieldHaven Feline Center after consulting with his grandfather and uncle who are home woodworkers with a lot of wood working experience. They helped with design and guidance throughout the project. See more

Our new office!




Thank you Jacob!

Cub Scout Pack 29 Makes Cat Beds for New Shelter
March 20, 2011

FieldHaven Board member Jennifer Tindall hosted Cub Scout Pack 29 on a rainy March day as they presented the Kurunda-style cat beds they made for the cat rooms in the new shelter. Diane Lampkin coordinated the project and was the main seamstress. Cub Scout Pack 29




Thank you Cub Scout Pack 29!

"Photos with Santa" at the Lincoln PetSmart
December 10-16, 2010

Photo with Santa 1Photo with Santa 2




What brave little doggies!

PetaPalooza
June 19, 2010

Our booth setup

Our Set Up

This was a very busy and crazy day, but definitely a MUST DO yearly! The estimated turn out was 8000 people. We handed out lots of brochures and educated lots of folks. Water sales were very high. Our total in sales and donations was $168.

A busy booth!

A Busy Booth!

We adopted two kitties - Oliver and Jake Ryan. We had lots of interest in our cats and several people said they would be visiting us in the next couple of months. Quite a few people said they are very interested in attending our CC&C fundraising event in September.

Thermalands Community Center's Appreciation Day

Joy Smith and Louise

Diane Hilbert at the table

The weather may have been chilly but the theme of Appreciation Day was warm and friendly. The event included a free barbecue and all the beer you could drink, a yard sale, arts and crafts, and live music. FieldHaven's booth was a huge success. After all, everyone loves to see the kitties.

Diane Hilbert, Diane Cochran and Lorraine Davis were on hand to talk to the community about FieldHaven's outreach programs including SNAP (spay, neuter, assistance program). Since there are mostly ranches in that area of Lincoln we were asked many questions about feral cats and what FieldHaven can do to help to control the overpopulation problem.

Since education is a key goal of FieldHaven we believe that the more we reach out to the community the more successful we will be in solving the overpopulation problem.
 



    FieldHaven's booth was a huge success. After all, everyone loves to see the kitties.

Trap, Neuter, Return at Villa Del Rey
May 2010

Joy Smith and Louise

The Villa del Rey Apartments, where 2 cats were
trapped, fixed and returned.

 

Kittens in Lincoln
May 23, 2010

At the Italian Festival in Lincoln May 22nd, a lady approached our table to say that several kittens had shown up in her barn. She has a barn cat and the situation was not safe for the kittens. She needed them to be trapped and taken away, and thought they were young enough to socialize (no sign of the mother).

Diane Cochran and Lorraine Davis trapped the kittens and will take turns fostering them until they can be adopted. This way they'll get plenty of socialization -- between the two of them these guys will be perfect little social butterflies!
 




These guys will be perfect little social butterflies!
 
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