Cats

Monroe County 4-H

Website http://www.ag.purdue.edu/counties/monroe/pages/default.aspx
Contact Jeffrey Holland (Monroe County Youth 4-H Coordinator)
Phone 812-349-2575
Email monroeces [at] purdue [dot] edu
Description Monroe County offices for the 4-H Purdue extension. Call or email for available clubs and programs.
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Feral Cat Friends, Inc.

Website http://www.feralcatfriendsinc.org/
Phone (812) 323-8209
Email TNR [at] FeralCatFriendsInc [dot] org
Address 2600 S. Henderson St.
Suite 150
Bloomington, IN 47401
Description Feral Cat Friends, Inc. assists homeowners' associations, apartment complexes, and mobile home parks or any individual with their feral and stray cat population through Trap-Neuter-Return.
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Monroe County Humane Association

Website http://monroehumane.org/
Phone 812-333-6242
Email mcha [at] monroehumane [dot] org
Address 3410 S Walnut St
PO Box 1334
Bloomington, IN 47402
Description

Mission
We have been responsibly and compassionately protecting, advocating and educating for animal welfare since 1956.


History
The MCHA is an independent 501c(3) non-profit organization that receives no government funding or regular funding from national organizations. While the MCHA does participate in hands on rescue work with local and regional law enforcement agencies, the MCHA is not an animal shelter, but an animal welfare and advocacy organization.

The MCHA established and ran what is now the City of Bloomington Animal Shelter in the 1950's - 2000's, along with hiring the first animal control officers and obtaining a humane shelter certification for the shelter in the early days of animal sheltering. The two organizations have shared space, staff, programs and visions of a humane community since the late 1950's. While the City of Bloomington Animal Shelter is fully funded by tax dollars, there are many things needed to strategically address a wide variety of animal related issue in our community, in addition to sheltering homeless animals.

Today the MCHA provides services and programs working in concert with the City of Bloomington Animal Shelter, PetsAlive, local veterinary clinics, national advocacy organizations and other partners to identify, build resources and create solutions for animal welfare issues.

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Exotic Feline Rescue Center

Website http://www.exoticfelinerescuecenter.org/
Contact Joe Taft (Director)
Phone (812) 835-1130
Email efrc1 [at] verizon [dot] net
Address 2221 E. Ashboro Road
Center Point, IN 47840
Hours 10:00am - 5:00pm Tuesday-Sunday. Closed Mondays.
Description Nonprofit center which houses retired or abandoned exotic felines (tigers, leopards, bobcats). How to get there: Drive west on Ind. 46 (past Ellettsville and Spencer). Go 3 miles past the town of Bowling Green. Look for a "Center Point" town sign. Turn right at County Road 200 E. Drive until you get to the first intersection (Ashboro Road). Turn right onto Ashboro Road. The center is the first place you will come to. "It looks like a federal prison. We'll be the only place you drive by that has lions and tigers."
Additional Contact Jean Herrberg (Assistant Director)
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