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2009 Success Stories

    Noelle was rescued 12-28-09. She was combo tested (negative), vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed. Noelle is very friendly and healthy. Noelle was placed Petsmart for adoption.


    Frosty was trapped near the feeding station on 12/5/09. She was spayed, vaccinated, eartipped, and microchipped. Frosty has found a loving home.


    Onyx was rescued students in the outback on 11/23/09. He was neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. Onyx has found a loving home.


    AJ was trapped near the feeding station 11/2/09. She was spayed, vaccinated, eartipped, and microchipped. AJ was realeased on campus.


    Goblin is about 7 weeks old and weighs 1.5 pounds. He was rescued 10/27/09 by a grad student in the front parking lot. Goblin has been to the vet, and is being fostered. Goblin has found a loving home.


    The siblings Ezra and Abigail (found on campus August 10) were spayed/neutered, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped on 10/27/09. Abbie is known as the Little Squirrel because of her unusual coloring and coat. Brother Ezra is your classic laid-back tabby with vivid stripes and spots. The twelve week old kittens have been adopted.


    EJ was rescued 10/21/09 near Garni Hall. EJ is about 5-6 months old, weighs 5 pounds, and is very friendly and healthy. EJ has been spayed, vaccinated, eartipped, and microchipped. EJ has been adopted.


    Opal was rescued 10/17/09. A Chaminade resident saw the little calico in a tree, retrieved her, and notified For Paws. Opal has been spayed, vaccinated, eartipped, and microchipped. Opal has found a loving home.


    Stanley was picked up between the UC and Alkek on 10-6-09. He was neutered, vaccinated, eartipped, and microchipped. Stanley was returned to campus.


    G.K. (Girl/Gray Kitten) and brother B.K. (Boy/Black Kitten) were rescued near the jogging track by St. Mary's alum Erica Avila, her sister Rebecca (a freshman), and senior Ricky Gonzalez. The four-month-old kittens were sterilized, vaccinated, and microchipped on 9/30/09. G. K. and B. K. have been adopted.


    Corbie, was dumped on campus September 5, 2009. He is 16 weeks old and is looking for a loving home. Corbie has been tested for FIV/FeLV, vaccinated, and neutered. He loves other cats and humans, including children.


    Flash appeared on campus 9/1/09. The six-month-old tabby was whisked to Blue Cross Pet Clinic where he was neutered, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. He was returned to campus.



    Buzz, Fuzz, and Mango, the last of the neighborhood sweep, were rescued 9/11/09. They were spayed/neutered, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. These cats were returned to homes in the neighborhood and are not part of the campus colony.



    Cocoloco (male), Carob (female), Jones (male), Paprika (female), and Ginger (female) were rescued 8/28/09. They were spayed/neutered, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. These cats were returned to homes in the neighborhood and are not part of the campus colony.



    Fireball (male), Rhubarb (female), and Cayenne (male) were rescued 8/24/09. This colorful trio is part of the neighborhood pilot project. They were spayed/neutered, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. These cats were returned to homes in the neighborhood and are not part of the campus colony.


    Surprise was rescued 8-21-09. She was spayed, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. Surprise was returned to the trapped location.




    Enigma, Mystery, and Puzzle were rescued 8/20/09. The three male orange tabbies were neutered, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. They were returned to their trapped location.


    Tamar was trapped August 20, 2009 from the undeveloped territory between Center for Legal & Social Justice/Family Life Center. She was spayed, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. Tamar was returned to the trapped location. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Naomi was trapped August 19, 2009 from the undeveloped territory between Center for Legal & Social Justice/Family Life Center. She was spayed, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. Naomi was returned to the trapped location. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Delilah was trapped August 19, 2009 from the undeveloped territory between Center for Legal & Social Justice/Family Life Center. She was spayed, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. Delilah was returned to the trapped location. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Judith, Dinah’s six month old kitten, was rescued on August 7, 2009. She was spayed, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. Judith was returned to the trapped location. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Noah, Judith & Gideon’s younger sibling, was also rescued August 5, 2009. He was neutered, inoculated, and microchipped. Kathe Lehman-Meyer (Academic Imaging Center) and her family are lovingly integrating Noah into their busy household. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Lucy & Leah, Judith & Gideon’s younger siblings, were also rescued August 5, 2009. They were spayed, inoculated, and microchipped. Leah and Lucy are living the good life with Kathy Worthington (International Relations) and her husband. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Gideon, Dinah’s six month old kitten, was also trapped on August 5, 2009. He was neutered, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. Gideon was returned to the trapped location. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Dinah was rescued August 5, 2009. She was spayed, inoculated, ear-notched, and microchipped. Dinah was returned to the trapped location. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Isaiah, an older, battle-scarred street tom, was trapped around the Woodlawn Marianist Community August 4, 2009. He was neutered, inoculated, microchipped, ear-notched, and released at the trapped location. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Boaz was also trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community July 24, 2009. Both were returned without incident. . He was neutered, inoculated, microchipped, ear-notched, and released at the trapped location. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Jeremiah, blind in one eye and radiating hostility with the other, was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community July 24, 2009. He was dubbed “The Worst” by the vet techs at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. Jeremiah was returned to the trapped location. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Jonah was rescued from the Center/Family Life territory July 19, 2009. This shy Siamese was very quiet and seemed to have a destination in mind when he was returned. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation


    Benjamin, a mellow tom from the CLSJ territory was trapped July 15, 2009. He was neutered, inoculated, microchipped, and ear-notched. He was returned to the CLSJ. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Eli & Deborah, offspring of Eve who was the second cat "fixed" through the Extending Boundaries project, were trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community July 14, 2009. They were spayed/neutered, inoculated, microchipped, and ear-notched. The kittens were returned to their mom. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Bathsheba, a friendly female trapped on campus July 14, 2009. She received the full vet treatment thanks to the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation! Bathsheba was released on campus.


    Joshua, a 12-pound tom from the Family Life Center area, was trapped on July 13, 2009. He was neutered, inoculated, microchipped, and ear-notched. He was returned to the Family Life Center area. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!


    Choxie, Tippy, and Swirly were rescued June 24, 2009. They were fostered until they were old enough to be spayed/neutered, inoculated, microchipped, and placed for adoption. Choxie, Swirly, and Tippy have found loving homes. Thank you, Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation!



    Rahab was trapped July 8, 2009 at the Center for Legal & Social Justice/Family Life Center. She was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and ear-tipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. Her vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Rebekah was returned to the trapped location.



    Rebekah was rescued July 6, 2009 at the Woodlawn Marianist Community. She was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and ear-tipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. Her vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Rebekah was returned to the trapped location.


    Shorty was trapped near the Marianist Faculty Residence July 3, 2009. He was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Shorty was returned to campus.



    Ezekiel was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community July 2, 2009. He was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Ezekiel was returned to the trapped location.



    Rachel was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community July 1, 2009. She was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. Her vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Rachel was returned to the trapped location.



    Jonathan was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community June 30, 2009. He was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Jonathan was returned to the trapped location.



    Hannah was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community June 30, 2009. She was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. Her vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Hannah was returned to the trapped location.



    Esther was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community June 30, 2009. She was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. Her vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Esther was returned to the trapped location.




    David was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community June 30, 2009. He was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. David was returned to the trapped location.



    Maintenance man Dirk Rogers took this little female cat into custody in the Outback where she had charmed a group of visitors June 29, 2009. Chica was spayed, eartipped, and vaccinated. Her vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Chica has been adopted and now lives in Massachusetts.



    Mickey (as in Mantle) comes to us from our campus baseball stadium where he had been for several days, just hanging out and making friends June 23, 2009. Mickey was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, eartipped, and tested negative for FeLV/FIV. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Mickey is looking for a loving home.



    Daniel was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community June 22, 2009. He was neutered, vaccinated, eartipped, and microchipped at Blue Cross Pet Clinic. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Daniel was returned to his home territory.




    Sarah was rescued 06-18-09. She was spayed, vaccinated, eartipped, and microchipped. Her vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Sarah was returned to the trapped location.




    Samuel was rescued 06-18-09. He was spayed, vaccinated,eartipped,and microchipped. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Samuel was returned to the trapped location.




    Mr. Thomas was trapped, neutered, vaccinated,eartipped, and microchipped 6-13-09. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Mr. Thomas was returned to the Woodlawn Marianist Community area.




    Amy, Maria, & Chris were rescued at the Center for Social & Legal Justice on June 3, 2009. The six-week-old kittens are eating well and weigh about 1.5 lbs. each. They are being fostered until they are old enough to be sterilized thanks to the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. They will be placed for adoption.


    Mamacita was rescued on (along with her kittens Amy, Maria, & Chris) on 06-03-09 at the Center for Legal and Social Justice (CLSJ). Mamacita was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, & ear-tipped. Her vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. She was returned to the CLSJ.



    Jacob was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community 06-02-09. He was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Jacob was returned to WMC.



    Elijah was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community 06-02-09. He was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped. His vet bill was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Elijah was returned to WMC.



    Crazy Eyes was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community 06-01-09. He was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped. His vet bills was paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Elijah was returned to WMC.



    Jezebel was trapped at the Family Life Center 06-01-09. She was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped. Her vet bills were paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Jezebel was returned to the Family Life Center.



    Eve was trapped at the Woodlawn Marianist Community 05-31-09. She was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped. Her vet bills were paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. Eve was returned to WMC.



    Adam was the first cat whose vet expenses were paid by the Ruth Lang Charitable Trust of the San Antonio Area Foundation. The young tom was trapped 05-30-09 around the Family Life Center. He was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped. He was returned to the FLC.



    Flaco was rescued on 05-26-09. He has been to the vet for kitten shots and an exam. He is being fostered until he is old enough to be sterilized. Flaco will be placed for adoption.



    Juno was trapped near Dougherty Hall 05-22-09. She was spayed, vaccinated, ear-tipped, and microchipped. Juno was returned to campus.




    Woody was trapped in the territory north of campus on 05-18-09. After his vet visit, he was returned to the area where he was trapped.




    Maybe was trapped Friday near the Marianist Faculty Residence 05-01-09. The 8.5 pound silver tabby was neutered, vaccinated, chipped, and tipped. He was returned to campus.



    Ringo was rescued near Charles Francis on 04-29-09. The six-month-old, skinny gray kitten was neutered, vaccinated,microchipped, and ear-tipped. He was released on campus.



    April was trapped by the Marianist Faculty Residence 04-28-09. The 6.5 pound cat is less than a year old, has a beautiful calico coat, a sweet face, and a very feral disposition. She was spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and eartipped. April was released on campus.



    Cuete was trapped near the Math-Engineering Center 04-08-09. He was neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and ear-tipped. Cuete was released on campus.



    Blackberry was trapped near the gazebo on 04-04-09. Blue Cross Pet Clinic confirmed he was neutered. He was microchipped, innoculated, eartipped, and returned to campus. Thanks to Pat Helton who helped reunite him with his owner.



    Felyx was caught 03-31-09 through a triple play effort by student Danielle Adan and staff members Norma Valle and Joe Lucio. She was spayed and innoculated and is being fostered. She is looking for a loving home.




    Patty was rescued on 03-17-09. She was spayed, innoculated, and microchipped. Patty has found a loving home.




    Lemon Drop was found lurking under a car by a St. Mary's faculty member on 02-15-09. She was spayed and returned to campus.





    Max was rescued on 02-01-09. He was neutered and released on campus.




    Hulk was trapped near the V. J. Keefe Field dumpsters on January 22, 2009. The fifteen-pound headbanger was neutered and was returned to where he was trapped.





    Ruth was trapped inside the V.J. Keefe baseball stadium on January 18, 2009. She was spayed and released on campus along with her son Babe.





    Babe was trapped inside the V.J. Keefe baseball stadium on January 18, 2009. He was neutered and returned to campus.





    Dickens was rescued by Master Cat trapper Pat Helton near Campus Ministry on January 9, 2009. He was neutered and returned to campus.





    Blanche, Bonnie & Clyde's sibling, was trapped on January 2, 2009. She was spayed and released at the trapped location.


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