Fundraiser To Benefit Feral Cat Program

Published by The Bee News

July 25, 2018

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BULLHEAD CITY–A fundraiser this Friday will help benefit a local pet organization whose mission is to help reduce the feral cat population in Bullhead City.

The “Get Together On The River” event will be held on Friday, July 27 at 5 p.m. inside CoVeu, 2247 Clearwater Drive. The get-together was organized by local residents, Vic Szilard and Jaymie Witherspoon.

“Our mission is to humanely lower the population of community cats. We have spayed, neutered and vaccinated over 800 feral cats,” said Rebecca Seefeld, owner/operator of We Care For Animals, a local non-profit organization in Bullhead City.

“We are raising money to continue with our life saving mission,” she said. “We want to humanely lower the population of community cats through our Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return program.”

So far this year, Seefeld’s organization has helped 802 cats under the program.

“We could not have done this without Midwestern University, Bullhead City Animal Care and Welfare, Low Cost Spay and Neuter clinic, the Aquarius Casino and Best Friends Animal Society,” said Seefeld. “Thank you to all of our wonderful volunteers and the support of our community.”

The fundraiser will have live music, full food and bar menus, raffle prizes and much more.

To learn more about We Care For Animals, visit

(Photos contributed WCFA Facebook)

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