But on their way to being tranquilized by the visiting vets in Kamini as part of the ongoing spay and neutering program of HydraArk. Seventy-two successful operations in three days will certainly help the local street cats survive the winter without overpopulating and hence competing for the limited resources.
Where else could one picture this?
Not an easy, or safe, task. Jennifer got a really nasty bite from a wild Tom who wasn’t too keen on having the ‘family jewels’ removed. Despite tetanus shots and anti biotics, a cat bite is very infectious.
Wearing gloves when grabbing wriggly toms is not practical even though it sounds obvious.
David Fagan is CEO, president, managing director, author, publisher, and chief bottlewasher of DavidFagan.org. On his first visit to Hydra back in 1983, David decided that owning a bar in this exotic location was an ideal way not to spend the rest of his life in the fast-lane of corporate advertising and journalism. It was an idea spawned by the Honorable Bill Cunliffe of Bill’s Bar, renowned wateringhole for anyone who knew this part of the world at the time. He and a couple of old-timers, Anthony Kingsmill and Leonard Bernstein, planted the seed: Come!
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