I thank you for visiting the CatCare TNR of Southwest Colorado Website and allowing
us to tell you a little bit about what we do.
We appreciate your helping hand in our goal to provide a better life for our feline
friends in our community.
Catherine ‘Padgie’ Kimmick
What we do
Our goal is to reduce the number of free roaming cats in our community.
Provide care and humane treatment for the feral cat community
Educate people of the values of the TNR program
Cat Care TNR of Southwest Colorado Inc. is organized and operated exclusively for
the protection and humane treatment of outdoor feral cats.
We value the dignity and worth of every cat and we strive to educate the community
about the proper care and treatment of our wild and peaceful friends.
All contributions are used to protect and improve the lives of cats.
Our board of directors...
Sue Westhead, President
Betsy Kimmick, Vice President
Michael White, Treasurer
Page Lindsay, Secretary
Catherine Rottinghaus, DVM
What’s a Feral Cat’s Life Worth?
Article from the Durango Herald | By John Peel
Feral cats aren’t so much of a problem if they’re not creating more. So Padgie Kimmick,
through her nonprofit Cat Care TNR, traps the cats and has them spayed or neutered,
controlling the populations and avoiding the possibility of euthanasia among out-of-control