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Yvonne Borsody

Founder and Director

Animal D.R.E.A.M.S. Inc

HQ Phone: (413) 528-1328

Animal D.R.E.A.M.S. Inc

P.O. Box 1073

Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01202

United States

Company Description

Animal D.R.E.A.M.S. is a not-for-profit organization improving the lives of feral and abandoned cats. Based in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Animal D.R.E.A.M.S.' mission is to have all feral cat colonies in Berkshire County managed and stabilized, with... more

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About Millie Calesky - Coach, Speaker, Trainer, & Writer

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Yvonne Borsody Founder, Animal Dreams


"You'll just have to donate to ...

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"You'll just have to donate to find out what we have in store," said Animal D.R.E.A.M.S. founder and director Yvonne Borsody.


Hopper, a rescued cat and mascot ...

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Hopper, a rescued cat and mascot of Animal DREAMS, shares a moment with Yvonne Borsody, founder and director of the nonprofit group, in their new home at 41 North St. in Pittsfield.

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According to Yvonne Borsody, founder and director of Animal DREAMS, the group and its volunteers locate and rescue abandoned house cats, provide medical care, have them spayed or neutered, and put them in a foster home with an eye to possible adoption.
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But continued growth in workload and volunteers brought Borsody and the board of directors to realize they needed a headquarters with visibility and storage capabilities to coordinate the ongoing efforts.
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Animal DREAMS is completely funded by donations, of both money, cat food and supplies, Borsody said. In 12 years, about 3,000 cats have been helped by the group.
Borsody started the effort on her own one day n the late 1990s, when she spotted a little orange kitten sitting by a Dumpster on Main Street in Great Barrington. When she went to say hi, the kitten ran away. That was the beginning of a long journey for Borsody and Berkshire County felines.
"I just don't want to see animals tormented or suffering," Borsody said. "They deserve to live, not to be killed."
Today, with about 50 active volunteers and 10 volunteer foster homes, Animal DREAMS continues their work with cats, and with numerous supporters from their new headquarters.
"It's nice to have a home of our own," Borsody said.


Hopper, a rescued cat and mascot ...

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Hopper, a rescued cat and mascot of Animal DREAMS, shares a moment with Yvonne Borsody, founder and director of the nonprofit group, in their new home at 41 North St. in Pittsfield.

...
According to Yvonne Borsody, founder and director of Animal DREAMS, the group and its volunteers locate and rescue abandoned house cats, provide medical care, have them spayed or neutered, and put them in a foster home with an eye to possible adoption.
...
But continued growth in workload and volunteers brought Borsody and the board of directors to realize they needed a headquarters with visibility and storage capabilities to coordinate the ongoing efforts.
...
Animal DREAMS is completely funded by donations, of both money, cat food and supplies, Borsody said. In 12 years, about 3,000 cats have been helped by the group.
Borsody started the effort on her own one day n the late 1990s, when she spotted a little orange kitten sitting by a Dumpster on Main Street in Great Barrington. When she went to say hi, the kitten ran away. That was the beginning of a long journey for Borsody and Berkshire County felines.
"I just don't want to see animals tormented or suffering," Borsody said. "They deserve to live, not to be killed."
Today, with about 50 active volunteers and 10 volunteer foster homes, Animal DREAMS continues their work with cats, and with numerous supporters from their new headquarters.
"It's nice to have a home of our own," Borsody said.


Blog | Church on the Hill, UCC Lenox - Part 2

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For me, it began when I went into the chapel and Joy introduced me to Yvonne Borsody, the founder and director of Animal D.R.E.A.M.S, an organization whose purpose is to establish some control over the population of feral cats in Berkshire County. (You might have seen their cash donation boxes in stores around town). When I was introduced to Yvonne, I saw she had a cat carrier at her feet and when I peeked, there was Hopper, purring and rubbing his face on the side of the carrier in the true style of a cat who wants to get some attention as soon as possible.

Once everyone had arrived and the chapel door was closed, Yvonne opened the carrier and out came Hopper, the ambassador of Animal D.R.E.A.M.S. As we ate our lunches, Hopper oversaw the event from his perch on my lap. (My cat-hair-covered clothes were a sure message to Hopper that, "this lady likes cats!). Yvonne explained how Animal D.R.E.A.M.S. strives to achieve their goal to compassionately control cat over-population in our community by trapping (in have-a-heart traps) feral cats.

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