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This is the story of
Fairminded Fran and her experience in learning about community cats (also known as feral cats). On her journey Fran hopes to convince Selfish Sam to help with the cats. But Sam cares only for himself. She also asks Naïve Nancy to get involved. But Nancy doesn’t want to make waves, so she always goes along with the crowd. Join Fairminded Fran as she learns about cats that live outdoors and that can’t usually be tamed. Learn important facts about community cats. Think about how their numbers affect the earth. Think about how we can work together to humanely stop the spread of community cats and reduce suffering. Think along with Fairminded Fran.

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Featured Article

Local youngsters will have a purr-fect opportunity to learn how to help feral cats on the Island, thanks to a new book being donated by the Bermuda Feline Assistance Bureau (BFAB). With the help of a local donor, BFAB has brought in educational children’s book ‘Fairminded Fran and the Three Small Black Community Cats’, by American author Dr Linda Elder.

By Nadia Arandjelovic, The Royal Gazette

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http://bit.ly/180AZcG

 

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Left to right: Sylvester, Dot, and  Danny
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