Spreading love through "PAWsitive" message

This Veteran’s Day, we wanted to highlight a member of the cat rescue community who is also a USMC disabled veteran. Jennifer Barnes, dubbed "Trap Queen" by her friends, has been actively helping humanely control the northern NJ cat population, on foot and bus nonetheless!  
She looks to break stereotypes by representing the lack of diversity within animal welfare. In addition to working full time, Jennifer fosters, rescues, and feeds three feral cat colonies. When it comes to TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return), she explains, "I don't make excuses, I make it happen & go above and beyond to TNR cats in my community through public transportation. I believe in doing my part in animal welfare as a community cat colony feeder, too. If you feed them, you should fix them or learn how to." 
Her mantra is to spread a "PAWsitive" message by trapping cats, taking them to the spay/neuter clinic, allowing them to recover, and bringing them back to their feeders. 
If she’s familiar, you might recognize her from this feature on the dodo.

To learn more about Jennifer’s initiative and journey, give her a follow. 
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