Saving Graces 4 Felines would like to thank the following people/organizations: 


Saving Graces 4 Felines wishes to thank Rebecca Franks, owner of “A Slice of Heaven” on Main Street, Washington, NC, for donating the delicious variety of desserts to the “Blessing of the Animals”. Rebecca supports any special public event in which SG4F is involved with donations of her specialty cookies, cakes, and brownies. We greatly appreciate Rebecca’s support.

Saving Graces 4 Felines wishes to acknowledge and thank Bayer Health Care for the recent donation of Advantage flea treatment.  This donation is a great help to our work and it is very much appreciated.

Robert Edwards, Jr. of Nashville, NC has redesigned, printed, and donated new brochures for Saving Graces 4 Felines. The brochures will give our programs of cat adoptions, trap/neuter/return of feral cats, and low-cost spay/neuter services for low-income cat and dog owners more visibility in the community. Mr. Edwards has also designed and printed several signs for use in PetsMart to advertise our adoption hours and for adoption fee information. We are very appreciative of his time, creativity, and generosity.

Gloria Edwards of Simpson, NC, Robert’s mom, is making and donating beautiful afghans in a variety of sizes for people and pets. The afghans are either raffled or sold at the following locations: 10th Street Animal Hospital, Firetower Animal Clinic, Four Paws Inn, Helen’s Grooming World, and PetsMart. Many thanks to Gloria for all of her work and enthusiasm to help the cats.

Tenth Street Animal Hospital
3118 East Tenth Street
Greenville, NC 27858

For helping us with the medical care for our cats.
Dr. Mark Hayes, Dr. Sandra MacKenzie, and Dr. April Wyatt, and their professional staff are a group who we greatly appreciate and highly recommend to treat your pets.

Van’s Hardware
4779 NC 33 East
Greenville, NC 27858

for helping us with traps.  Local residents who have been given permission to trap for Saving Graces 4 Felines clinics can rent traps from Van’s Hardware for a very reasonable weekly rate.

Be sure to get your traps and any other hardware items from Van’s!

PETsMART and PETsMART Charities

East Carolina University Department of Comparative Medicine
for their help, confidence, and support in our efforts to control the population of feral cats in the area and for our humane efforts of placing for adoption those cats that are tame into area homes.

John Bradfield, DVM, PhD
Chair, Department of Comparative Medicine

Stephen Vore, DVM, Dr.PH
Chief, Veterinary Sciences Division

Lamar Blankenship, PhD
Chief, Laboratory Animal Services Divison

East Carolina University Environmental Health and Safety, Campus Police, and Chancellor’s Office Saving Graces 4 Felines would like to acknowledge and thank the East Carolina University Department of Environmental Health and Safety, The East Carolina University Police, and the East Carolina University Chancellor’s Office for encouraging and allowing our volunteers on campus to trap feral cats in an effort to control the overpopulation of these animals on campus and in the surrounding community.

Firetower Animal Clinic
650-A Firetower Rd.Winterville,NC 28590 (252) 830-3800

Animal Care Veterinary Hospital
(252) 758-9971
Hwy 33 West, Greenville NC, 27834
Arthur McMillan, DVM, Betty Williams, DVM, Laura Kelsey, DVM

Animal Care East
2404 Wintervillage Dr.
Winterville, NC 28590 Phone: (252) 355-7504

Thank you to the many technicians and staff personnel of these vets who have donated their time to help as well!

WITN-TV and staff have been a tremendous asset to our group with their twice weekly features of our cats and activities. Thank you!

Thanks to Jenni K Jewelry for their continued support of our programs.