Jill, Kevin, & Haiden Jones are the owners of Adam's Folly. It has been in existence since 2003. When Adam's Folly went up for sale in 2009, the Jones family purchased it. Jill is an avid animal lover who gave up a teaching career to buy it. She and her friends have founded several animal rescue organizations such as Cat Adoption Team, Adopt an Angel, and helped create Fix A Friend Spay/Neuter Clinic. She also serves on the Wilmington Fur Ball Committee. Kevin works at International Paper and does the grounds keeping and maintenance work on his days off. Haiden currently attends South Brunswick High School and works a few hours here and there over the summer. They currently own Trucker and Midnight -- two black labs, Tweety -- an English bull dog who is a local celebrity, Benji -- a little scruffy dog, and 4 cats.
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Jacksonville, NC – Raundi S. Jones, 45, died Sunday, April 12, 2015. A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, April 17th from 5:00pm until 7:00pm at her home.
Survivors include her husband, Andy Jones; parents, Lucky & Beverly Klopp of Edmonds, Washington and her brother, Lance Klopp and his wife, Karleen of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and grandmother, Jean Arehart of Edmonds, WA.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to the CAT Adoption Team, P.O. Box 2196, Wilmington, NC 28402
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Cat Above took part in the 64th Annual North Carolina Azalea Festival street fair, held April 9-10, 2011 in Wilmington, NC. Cat Above joined the Cat Adoption Team booth selling SnoozePal Cat Hammocks. A portion of the sales proceeds was donated to the Cat Adoption Team, a non-profit, no-kill cat rescue organization in Wilmington.
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For every product purchased from Cat Above we contribute a portion of the profit to an animal rescue organization of your choice. When you check out you can specify in the comments box of the Shopping Cart the animal rescue organization you would like to receive the donation. Please provide organization name, address, city and state, or web site address.
Our only constraint is that it should be a no-kill animal rescue organization.
If you do not indicate an organization, the donation will go to the Cat Adoption Team of Wilmington, NC. Almost anywhere you look in Wilmington, in any part of town, you can find a stray cat. They live behind dumpsters, in alleyways and stalk the streets of downtown. They live in colonies, breed and claim territory. It is not uncommon to dismiss these felines, assume they are someone's pet or happy to be outside, and continue on. But what you might not realize is that Wilmington and surrounding counties are facing a serious feline over-population issue due to the active reproduction of unaltered cats. Committed to reducing this problem is Cat Adoption Team volunteer Michelle Crisp.