Female - Domestic Shorthair - Adult
Operation Hood began its rescue efforts along Hood Drive nearly 2 years ago. On January 2, 2016, a group of animal welfare volunteers accessed the Hood property, which we now refer to as “The Hood”. The conditions in which the cats lived were horrid as many experienced intense suffering. There was little to no shelter from the bitter cold, food was scarce, and disease and the stench of feces and urine filled the colony.
We ask that those persons visiting our site, please take a few minutes to look at the photos that have been taken by Operation Hood volunteers. We believe they are good representation of the devastation that these cats experienced each day on Hood Drive.
One Journey Ends, Another Begins
Operation Hood celebrated our 2nd anniversary on January 2nd and would like to take a moment to give an update on where we are today with our journey on Hood Drive. As many of you are aware, the situation when we began was an enormous undertaking. With help from dedicated volunteers, the support of the community, and cooperation of the land owner, we were able to trap and relocate the cats from Hood Drive to a non-disclosed location referred to as “The Fence.” The Fence is maintained by volunteers that care for the cats daily; feeding and maintaining the area in which the cats reside.