Fisher Valley Felines Inc

A 5644 County Road M, Fitchburg, WI 53575 rescue helping to find loving homes for cats.

Pets at Fisher Valley Felines Inc

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Areas Fisher Valley Felines Inc Serves

We serve all of Dane County & some counties surrounding Dane county. Some cities are Deforest, Waunakee, Cottage Grove, Stoughton, Oregon, Middleton, Madison, Brooklyn, Belleville, Cross Plains and other cities.

Fisher Valley Felines Inc's Adoption Process

1. Meet the Pet

2. Submit Application

3. Interview

4. Approve Application

5. Sign Adoption Contract

6. Pay Fee

7. Take the Pet Home

Fisher Valley Felines requires and adoption application to be filled out and reference checks and background checks are completed.

All of the Cats/Kittens that go through Fisher Valley Felines are given all of their shots appropriate for their age, tested for feline leukemia/fiv, are spayed or neutered, de-wormed, given topical flea & ear-mite treatments & microchipped. The expense of these tests and medical procedures are strictly coming "out of pocket" since we do not receive outside funding.

By the time you adopt a cat or kitten from Fisher Valley Felines your adoption fee barely covers the cost that we spend on them. We do not do this for the money. Rather, we believe that even if we don’t break even it doesn’t matter... We saved a life.

An adoption fee of $90.00 for each cat/kitten goes towards the coverage of this expense. NOTE: We do not make a profit by finding a home for the kitties.

Kittens can also be reserved for a non-refundable $20.00 deposit.
out and references and background checks are done.

About Fisher Valley Felines Inc

Fisher Valley Felines was first established in September of 2011. The roots of the organization, however, go back over 10 years prior that. Although unofficially an organization at that time, Karen and John Barger, the founders, have taken care of and fostered hundreds of cats and kittens for other shelters and animal rescues in the area. They have volunteered their time, their money, and their home for the care of these animals. They have been through the bad times and the good times and did it without any expectations for doing so.
John and Karen Barger both grew up on a farm and have lived with having cats and kittens around their entire life. Growing up on a farm, however, had its up and downs when it came to these animals. They will always remember the joy of a mama cat carrying her kittens across the yard to find a better place to raise them. They remember the sweet nuzzle of a fuzzy feline after a day working in the field as they begged for attention. These were the farm cats. They were their pets and the loves of their lives. Being farm cats, however, there was also the other side of the coin. They also remember the horror of finding their pets on the road dead from someone who just did a hit and run. They remember hearing the howl of they coyotes at night and could only hope and pray that they would wake in the morning and see their furry friend alive. They also remember the stories of people cruel enough to use these animals as target practice.

Around 2002-2003 they started fostering and volunteering for other organizations and about 3 years later it was taken to the next level as they moved into the house John's Grandmother and Grandfather once lived in. Unexpectedly the farm came stocked with 4 female cats and 1 tomcat. Before long the population doubled, then tripled. Each year added more to the count. This is a prime example of why they promote the spay and neuter of pets as soon as possible. If you can touch them and can grab them - get the fixed. If they are feral - get someone in to catch them and get them fix. There are spay/release neuter programs out there that will do this at little or no cost to you. All of those cats are now fixed.

Again, they encountered the joy of having the cats around, but, they also had to live with the other side of the coin. They buried numerous pets as they found them on the road. They spent nights searching for pets only to find that they were gone forever. They saw the animals get sick and die for no reason. Enough was enough. Even though the cats initially were not their responsibility they became their family and they were going to be treated that way.

John and Karen spent thousands upon thousands of dollars over the next few years caring for these animals. They were not a shelter or a rescue, just two people with two big hearts. It became official, however, in the start of 2011 that they

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Saturdays from 12 to 2

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