Laura Winholt, founder of the Daufuskie Island Feral Cat Project, built this quarter-acre cat sanctuary on her property in Sept. 2012 using a grant from the ASPCA. It houses 40 spayed and neutered animals from Daufuskie Island. On May 7, she and other project members will fence a new wing of the habitat to accommodate 15 ferals relocated from the former site of Pepper's Porch in Bluffton.
Laura Winholt, founder of the Daufuskie Island Feral Cat Project, built this quarter-acre cat sanctuary on her property in Sept. 2012 using a grant from the ASPCA. It houses 40 spayed and neutered animals from Daufuskie Island. On May 7, she and other project members will fence a new wing of the habitat to accommodate 15 ferals relocated from the former site of Pepper's Porch in Bluffton. Submitted photo
Laura Winholt, founder of the Daufuskie Island Feral Cat Project, built this quarter-acre cat sanctuary on her property in Sept. 2012 using a grant from the ASPCA. It houses 40 spayed and neutered animals from Daufuskie Island. On May 7, she and other project members will fence a new wing of the habitat to accommodate 15 ferals relocated from the former site of Pepper's Porch in Bluffton. Submitted photo

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April 30, 2014 7:06 PM

Pepper's Porch feral cats find new home on Daufuskie

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