Healthy Pets 2013

Giving cats a second chance at life

By From page HHP5 | May 31, 2013


FAT KITTY CITY is a sanctuary where unwanted cats are rehabilitated, socialized, spayed and neutered and adopted out to new homes whenever possible. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

Meow! Who doesn’t love the sound of a cat calling? Those big eyes, that twitching tail, the contented purr. Okay, okay. Not everyone is a cat lover, but surely no one wants to see a cat hurting, right? That’s exactly what Cindy and Ed Minghelli thought when they created the Agee Memorial Wildlife Fund, Inc. (AMWF) — a non-profit organization dedicated to ending needless animal suffering through spaying, neutering, socializing and adoption — in memory of Cindy’s parents in October 1999.

Subscription Required

Thank you for reading the digital edition. In order to continue reading this story please choose one of the following options.

Current Subscribers
If you are a current subscriber and wish to obtain access to, please select the Subscriber Verification option below. If you already have a login, please select "Login" at the lower right corner of this box.

Subscriber Verification

Special Introductory Offer
For a short time we will be offering a discount to those who call us in order to obtain access to and start your print subscription. Our customer support team will be standing by Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm to assist you.

Call and Save! (530) 344-5000

If you are not a current subscriber and wish not to take advantage of our special introductory offer, please select the $12 monthly option below to obtain access to and start your online subscription


Jessica Cyphers

  • Recent Posts

  • Enter your email address to subscribe and receive notifications of new posts by email.

  • Special Publications »

    Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Service (updated 4/30/2015) and Privacy Policy (updated 4/7/2015).
    Copyright (c) 2015 McNaughton Newspapers, Inc., a family-owned local media company that proudly publishes the Daily Republic, Mountain Democrat, Davis Enterprise, Village Life and other community-driven publications.