Members of the Provost’s Office and the School Directors at Tusculum College recently made a donation of more than $300 to Feral Friends. Instead of exchanging presents, the group decided to make a donation of what they would have spent on gifts to Feral Friends, a non-profit organization that helps to humanely trap feral cats, have them spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and then if adoptable, find homes for them. If the cats are not adoptable, the organization returns them to their colony and provides food and shelter. Robin Quillen, at far left, president of Feral Friends, accepts the donation from (left to right) Dr. Melinda Dukes, associate vice president for academic affairs; Dee Roby, executive assistant to the provost and faculty secretary; Dr. Kim Estep, provost and vice president of academics; Dr. Rhonda Smith, director of the School of Business, and Ron McCallister, director of the School of Arts and Sciences. Also participating was Dr. Lisa Johnson, director of the School of Education, who was unable to be present at the presentation of the donation.