Supporter Survey

When did you first hear about MS SPAN and/or the Big Fix Clinic?

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  • Danette Harris
    answered 2019-02-27 15:14:53 -0600
    Q: Is there anything else you would like to share?
    A: n/a
  • Danette Harris
    answered 2019-02-27 15:14:41 -0600
    Q: How did you learn about spay/neuter and its importance? Was there a life event that changed your views?
    A: my mother. no
  • Danette Harris
    answered 2019-02-27 15:14:27 -0600
    Q: With so many great organizations to support, why should others support spay and neuter?
    A: to help with the over population of cats and dogs
  • Danette Harris
    answered 2019-02-27 15:13:55 -0600
    Q: What is the animal's life like now?
    A: great! gets along with my other two cats that I was a foster failure with!
  • Danette Harris
    answered 2019-02-27 15:13:19 -0600
    Q: Do you remember the first time you saw the animal (when you rescued/adopted them)? What was their physical and emotional state like?
    A: good. healthy
  • Danette Harris
    answered 2019-02-27 15:12:55 -0600
    Q: Tell us about a specific animal or animals who have used our services.
    A: Roscoe, my cat is a rescue that I saved from a rehabilitation center that was being closed and they were going to leave him there.
  • Danette Harris
    answered 2019-02-27 15:11:36 -0600
    Q: What do you wish that other people knew about us?
    A: that you can donate
  • Danette Harris
    answered 2019-02-27 15:11:09 -0600
    Q: What attracted you to our cause?
    A: heard good things about the clinic
  • Danette Harris
    answered 2019-02-27 15:10:39 -0600
    Q: When did you first hear about MS SPAN and/or the Big Fix Clinic?
    A: about a year ago
  • Kelly & David Parks
    answered 2019-01-30 08:36:29 -0600
    Q: How did you learn about spay/neuter and its importance? Was there a life event that changed your views?
    A: no
  • Kelly & David Parks
    answered 2019-01-30 08:35:55 -0600
    Q: What is the animal's life like now?
    A: 3 of my 4 that I adopted are quite tame and love to be petted. My 4th is named “Wild Thing”, while she follows me everywhere, her safe distant is just past the reach of my fingers. I sometimes get her when she is eating. She interacts with the dogs and the other cats very well.
  • Kelly & David Parks
    answered 2019-01-30 08:28:06 -0600
    Q: Do you remember the first time you saw the animal (when you rescued/adopted them)? What was their physical and emotional state like?
    A: The kittens I adopted were terrified of people, but with just an investment of time, they slowly begin to trust me.
  • Kelly & David Parks
    answered 2019-01-30 08:24:33 -0600
    Q: What do you wish that other people knew about us?
    A: How easy it is to keep down the feral cat population and you help to make it happen.
  • Kelly & David Parks
    answered 2019-01-30 08:23:13 -0600
    Q: What attracted you to our cause?
    A: My friends need.
  • Kelly & David Parks
    answered 2019-01-30 08:22:32 -0600
    Q: When did you first hear about MS SPAN and/or the Big Fix Clinic?
    A: My friend told me she was taking her feral cats to Big Fix Clinic. She had 3 small litters of wild kittens this spring and wanted me to adopt some of them. I have always kept my little herd fixed and neutered. If she was finally was willing to fix and neuter hers; I would help her make it happen and also adopt some of her kittens. 3 of my 4 that I adopted from her became tame by the time they were of the age to fix.
  • Vikki Horton
    answered 2019-01-30 02:23:47 -0600
    Q: How did you learn about spay/neuter and its importance? Was there a life event that changed your views?
    A: i saw advertisements on fb
  • Vikki Horton
    answered 2019-01-30 02:23:22 -0600
    Q: With so many great organizations to support, why should others support spay and neuter?
    A: i think cats need to be population controlled
  • Vikki Horton
    answered 2019-01-30 02:22:41 -0600
    Q: What is the animal's life like now?
    A: they are calmer than before the operation. they eat good & are very sweet.
  • Vikki Horton
    answered 2019-01-30 02:21:16 -0600
    Q: Do you remember the first time you saw the animal (when you rescued/adopted them)? What was their physical and emotional state like?
    A: Garlic was about 3 maybe 4 weeks old. found in 5 o’c traffic on lakeland. frightened & hungry. i brought him home & he stayed in one place. i had to hand feed him til he felt the urge to look around. now he talks to me all the time. & of course he eats good. Onion was a biter when i got her. she cried out all the time & when i held her she would bite me. so i decided to get her a sibling. she didn’t like it one bit. but if she & he are separated she is very vocal about it. & she doesn’t bite anymore
  • Vikki Horton
    answered 2019-01-30 02:15:37 -0600
    Q: Tell us about a specific animal or animals who have used our services.
    A: my cats Onion & Garlic were spayed & neutered there & it was simple. in & out. w/ no complications
  • Vikki Horton
    answered 2019-01-30 02:14:08 -0600
    Q: What attracted you to our cause?
    A: cheaper rates
  • Vikki Horton
    answered 2019-01-30 02:13:40 -0600
    Q: When did you first hear about MS SPAN and/or the Big Fix Clinic?
    A: nov 2018
  • Marlina Vardaman
    answered 2019-01-29 21:35:22 -0600
    Q: When did you first hear about MS SPAN and/or the Big Fix Clinic?
    A: Years ago
  • Tammy Zummallen
    answered 2019-01-29 17:36:29 -0600
    Q: Is there anything else you would like to share?
    A: No
  • Tammy Zummallen
    answered 2019-01-29 17:36:23 -0600
    Q: How did you learn about spay/neuter and its importance? Was there a life event that changed your views?
    A: No.
  • Tammy Zummallen
    answered 2019-01-29 17:36:13 -0600
    Q: With so many great organizations to support, why should others support spay and neuter?
    A: To avoid unwanted animals or more than you can care for
  • Tammy Zummallen
    answered 2019-01-29 17:35:49 -0600
    Q: What is the animal's life like now?
    A: Great!
  • Tammy Zummallen
    answered 2019-01-29 17:35:33 -0600
    Q: Do you remember the first time you saw the animal? What was their physical and emotional state like?
    A: Good. Born in our barn
  • Tammy Zummallen
    answered 2019-01-29 17:35:15 -0600
    Q: Tell us about a specific animal or animals who have used our services.
    A: 2 kitten spayed
  • Tammy Zummallen
    answered 2019-01-29 17:35:03 -0600
    Q: What do you wish that other people knew about us?
    A: You are available and offer quality services at a low price. We have 13 cats that we feed in our barn. 3 are ours that we adopted, and the rest are Ferrell cats. We are trying to prevent having more kittens.