Feral Fixers , a Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) organization based out of DuPage county is dedicated to both practicing as well as promoting their mission. If they can educate the public and the local governments about TNR, then the hope is that the feral cat population will be able to be humanely controlled in DuPage County. If they are successful, their goal is to further branch out to veterinarians and other animal welfare organizations so that the lives of feral cats will be preserved and hopefully the population will decline so that fewer cats are homeless.
This is one reason that they are hosting the Feral Fixers Bazaar, so people can “Shop for Strays” while experiencing a varying degree of what other vendors have to offer as well. Feral Fixers has many partners that want to see their vision succeed.
The event is scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 6th from Noon until 3:00 p.m. at the VFW Post 2801, located at 39 East St. Charles Road in Villa Park, Illinois. Admission for the event is $3 and attendees will be able to experience a wide variety of home party ideas from consultants that will be available in this one location at one period of time so that it is convenient. There will be all types of new springtime ideas and products for the discerning shoppers looking to spruce up the home or themselves.
A few of the vendors that are scheduled to be present include:
· Cookie Lee Jewelry
· Jamberry Nails
· Jems for Jackie
· Jewelry by Van Dahm
· Krafts by Knondrot
· Mary Kay
· Soaps by Abby & More
· Tastefully Simple
In addition, there will be a Bake Sale at the Bazaar! Fresh cakes, pies and cookies, plus an assortment of other fresh treats will be available for purchase.
Feral Fixers will have their Boutique open or the public to shop as well. This way, everyone in attendance will be able to experience the practice that they preach by their promotion of the Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) policy for DuPage County, Illinois.
Hopefully you are planning to attend so that you, too, will be able to experience the great work that Feral Fixers has done and to see how they are putting their plan of action for the future into effect. If they are able to reduce the number of cats being euthanized annually by spaying or neutering feral cats, then they feel that they will be able to control the feral cat population better and improve the quality of life not only for the cats but the humans in their midst.
Plan to visit the Bazaar. Mark your calendars today for Sunday, April 6th from Noon until 3:00 p.m.