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Teenager with big heart helping cats, kittens in honor of her grandfather

April 14, 2014

Clare Clark, Ginger Verdill, Bryce Emery & Brianna Bullers

By Destiny Pifer
Of The Spirit

BROOKVILLE — When it comes to helping those in need, there is no minimum age requirement — just a big, kind heart with lots of room for love.

For 15-year-old Ginger Verdill, those who are in need of help happen to be adult cats and kittens.

After her grandfather, William O. Uncapher, passed away more than a year ago, Verdill found herself looking at a barn full of cats.

With her grandfather no longer there to take care of them, she knew that the best thing she could do for them was to get them spayed or neutered, then find them new homes.

To learn more about Bill Barn Cats and the adoption process, visit www.facebook.com/billsbarncats or http://www.billsbarncats.weebly.com.

Read the full story in today's issue of The Spirit.

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