This is Marvin's story and how his Fund came to be:
Marvin was adopted into a very
patient and loving home after a number of years of living on the streets of
Whitefish. His new family consisted of
two other cats, 7 rescued Dobermans and
one harassed human.
Marvin, a large orange domestic
short-haired cat, reorganized the household appointing himself King, cat
tolerater, canine discipline department, vocal demander of lap time and prime
cat chow reviewer. As he looked and
sounded as though he spent far too much time in the local bar nobody was
inclined to argue with his point of view.
Marvin loved people and was
delighted to meet with all visitors, the more laps the better. When he finally passed on at approximately
21 years of age to a place with hopefully more laps than even he could imagine,
the Flathead Spay and Neuter Task Force received so many memorial donations
from his fans that Marvin's Fund of Montana was born.
Marvin would be proud to know that it is still
all about him!