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VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT - FEBRUARY 2018
VOLUNTEeR of the month
February is a brand new month full of hope and kindness. Our Volunteer of the Month, Tracey Schager, is an amazing person to have In the HEART family❤
"When I first heard that I was the February Volunteer of the Month for HEART, I thought no, there has to be another Tracey that Katie is talking about. I messaged Terri and she confirmed that yes indeed, it was me. I have been passionate about animals all my life and I am proud to play any role I can for HEART. This team is amazing and I am in awe of all the volunteers that work hard to insure happy, safe furever homes for all the animals that come through the HEART organization.
I have been a HEART supporter from the beginning and specifically for the last year have helped with fundraising. I have lived in Postville for most of my life and for the last 23 years I have worked in Marquette. I have 3 cats, Herky, Hayden and Abbey. Herky and Abbey are rescue cats. Herky was a neighborhood stray that I took in 7 years ago as a kitten. He is a handsome black tuxedo kitty with four white paws. Hayden is also 7 years old and she came from a coworker who lived in Wisconsin, simply because everyone said that I couldn't have just one cat. Abbey is a whole other story as she was dumped at HSNEI in August of 2015. Katie was Abbey's foster. Abbey was first thought to be a male and was named Abe. Abe was one sick little kitty and had a severe injury to his eye. When Abe went to the vet for his eye, lo and behold he was a she. Abbey ended up losing her eye, but with her sweet, naughty personality she has fit right into the family. I also get my dog fix in as I have a dog niece Buffy that I help take care of. Buffy is a small Teddy Bear and she gets along great with the cats most of the time. Furbabies definitely leave paw prints on your heart and make the world a much better place."
"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better it's not." Dr. Seuss