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Kitten Season in High Gear
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 16 June 2009

It's official -- kitten season is here, and going strong once again.  In May we set a new single-day record admitting 114 cats and kittens for spay/Neuter at our montly Care Day (another 10 for medical care). Although only 2 weeks had elapsed since our big May event, we still admitted 67 cats and kittens for spay/neuter at our June Care Day (another 6 for medical care).

 Remember, get those kittens spayed/neutered before adoption. FBI's vets will perform surgeries on healthy kittens as small as 2 lbs., which is about 2 months of age.


Welcome to Feral Bueau of Indiana
Written by Web Master   
Monday, 18 June 2007

Thank you for visiting the Feral Bureau of Indiana, Inc. ("FBI")! We are an Indiana non-profit corporation  dedicated to elevating the quality of life of unowned, free-roaming (stray and feral) cats in central Indiana while reducing the populations. This requires the community to understand and assist in the solution. 

FBI is a small organization formed in May, 2007. Our main focus is to provide a resource for Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) for residents of central Indiana., although we don't impose geographic boundaries on those we serve!

FBI receives no government funding and our funding is provided 100% by private donations. Please consider making a donation to help us continue our work, and to improve the lives of homeless cats.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 16 June 2009 )
HSHC & FBI Offer Reward for information on cat killings
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 03 August 2008

As many in central Indiana saw on the news , 4 cats were brutally beaten and killed in Cicero, IN the week of July 27. Cicero is a small community about 25 miles north of Indianapolis. Three out of the 4 cats were indoor/outdoor pets, but it doesn't matter what they were, they were living creatures.

There has been a proven link between people who commit violence against animals, and those who go on to commit violence against people. Injury or killing animals is often just a stepping stone for people to "move up" to hurting other people. Communities must not turn a blind eye to this kind of violence if they want to protect themselves, their pets and their children from people who would brutalize the innocent and the helpless.

To make a strong stand against this kind of violence, Humane Society for Hamilton County and Feral Bureau of Indiana (FBI) have joined together offering a total reward of up to $1500 for information leading to arrest and conviction in the brutal killings of the Cicero cats. We are posting flyers in Cicero, in the area of the killings. We hope that this reward will give more emphasis to the value of the lives of these and all cats,  even if they live outside.

If you have any information, contact the Cicero Police Department at 317-773-1282.

If you would like to donate to the reward fund, please use the convenient "Donations" box on the left bar of the home page, or you may send a check to:

Feral Bureau of Indiana
PO Box 495
Fishers, IN 46038

You may also contact/donate through Humane Society for Hamilton County

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 August 2008 )
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