HOW CAN YOU HELP?
A story of 2 people making a difference.
It is pretty obvious, to even the most casual observer, that there are an abundance of cats not only available for adoption through various organizations here in town but also living on the street.
You can help the plight of these animals even if you are not able to adopt. I want to share with you what two wonderful ladies are doing right here in town.
Gail and Sue took it upon themselves to do what they could for the five feral cats living in their neighborhood. Their first step was to provide them with food. They were distressed to discover that of the five feral cats, two of the females appeared to be pregnant. Wanting to do more, they contacted the SPCA and have begun their own trap and release program in their neighborhood.
The SPCA makes available to anyone who is interested the use of our traps as well as instructions on how one goes about trapping a feral cat. We can also help with the spaying and neutering.
You can help reduce the cycle of misery these poor animals endure as more and more kittens are born into neighborhoods just to suffer and starve. So instead of just complaining about the feral cats in your neighborhood let Gail and Sue be an inspiration that you too can do something about it and make a difference.
In addition to feeding the feral cats in their neighborhood, Gail and Sue are also caring for three newborn puppies. They plan on fostering the puppies until they are old enough to be adopted, after they are spayed/neutered, of course!
Way to go ladies! Thanks for setting a wonderful example for others to emulate.