The board consisted of six women in their 70's and with their donations tried to control the county's feral population.
Jefferson County Animal Control deals exclusively with dogs, not cats. So the humane society did what it could to control the cat population.
Glennis Fellas was the President of the Humane Society. She hopes someone steps in to control the cat population, otherwise without spaying neutering, that population will only grow.
Neither the city of Madras or Jefferson County had funds they'd be willing to donate.