Since 2012, Phillips, a Northville resident, has caught more than 100 “community cats” — the feral animals and abandoned pets that roam neighborhoods and often live in outdoor colonies. Working in conjunction with the Humane Society of Huron Valley’s TNR (trap-neuter-release) program, Phillips often spends weekends trapping cats and transporting them to HSHV where they are spayed or neutered, given rabies vaccinations and are micro-chipped.
We are devastated to announce the loss of Cheryl Phillips' cat Big Boy. After a short battle with a very aggressive disease, Big Boy sadly succumbed and crossed Rainbow Bridge on February 2, 2015. A rescue cat who was discovered by Chery's sister in 2006, Big Boy brought an incredible amount of joy and love to the Phillips' household, where he lived with a mom, dad, and four feline siblings. We love you Big Boy! You will be greatly missed!