• Saving Cats in Our Community
    In order to create compassionate no-kill communities and achieve no-kill for cats nationwide, we need communities to support lifesaving programs like Trap-Neuter-Return [TNR]. The process is simple: cats are caught (often by volunteers), evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and returned to their original outdoor homes, unable to have kittens. These programs are also proven to be the most cost-effective, veterinarian-approved, and animal-friendly solution for controlling and reducing free-roaming cat populations.
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  • Save Our Community Cats in Chillicothe, MO
    Are you saddened, annoyed, frustrated to see so many stray, community cats in your neighborhood and town? Spaying , Neutering, vaccinating and releasing these community cats back into their area, with support to those that care for them, is the long term solution to the cat over population problem. What’s in it for our community? Over time, these cats that are spay, neutered and vaccinated, have been a proven solution to lowering the numbers over time. Not only that, but the many frustrations of behaviors from unaltered cats such as mate calling, spraying, multiple litters, cats getting into trash and cats roaming into your neighborhood are solved by spaying, neutering and vaccinating the local cat population. For many years communities have trapped and killed these defenseless community cats to only still see cat populations grow. Spaying/neutering and keeping the cats in their neighborhood, keeps other non altered cats from entering the neighborhoods. This way only altered less nuisance cats are the ones you will see. The ones that will not be causing all the nuisance of not being altered. And over time it is proven that cat populations lower significantly. Let’s be the solution not the problem. Using the community money to spay/neuter and vaccinate unaltered cats is what solves the problem, not spending money to trap and kill them. Not trapping and taking to the local shelter where that space is needed for cats that are seriously in need such as injuries. Your support in this campaign is vital to the health and wellness of the community. Thank you!
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  • Saving Cats in Our Community - Clare County Michigan
    In order to create compassionate no-kill communities and achieve no-kill for cats nationwide, we need communities to support lifesaving programs like Trap-Neuter-Return [TNR]. The process is simple: cats are caught (often by volunteers), evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and returned to their original outdoor homes, unable to have kittens. These programs are also proven to be the most cost-effective, veterinarian-approved, and animal-friendly solution for controlling and reducing free-roaming cat populations.
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  • Saving Cats in Our Community
    In order to create compassionate no-kill communities and achieve no-kill for cats nationwide, we need communities to support lifesaving programs like Trap-Neuter-Return [TNR]. The process is simple: cats are caught (often by volunteers), evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and returned to their original outdoor homes, unable to have kittens. These programs are also proven to be the most cost-effective, veterinarian-approved, and animal-friendly solution for controlling and reducing free-roaming cat populations.
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    Created by Jennifer G.
  • Saving Cats in Our Community
    In order to create compassionate no-kill communities and achieve no-kill for cats nationwide, we need communities to support lifesaving programs like Trap-Neuter-Return [TNR]. The process is simple: cats are caught (often by volunteers), evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and returned to their original outdoor homes, unable to have kittens. These programs are also proven to be the most cost-effective, veterinarian-approved, and animal-friendly solution for controlling and reducing free-roaming cat populations.
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  • Helping Community Cats in Bullhead City
    We Care for Animals was founded in 2016 with the experience and knowledge that Trap-Neuter-Return is the only humane and solid solution to lower the population of Community Cats, not only are they sterilized they are vaccinated and receive a health check.
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    Created by Rebecca S.
  • Save Cats in the Bronx
    In order to create compassionate no-kill communities and achieve no-kill for cats nationwide, we need communities to support lifesaving programs like Trap-Neuter-Return [TNR]. The process is simple: cats are caught (often by volunteers), evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and returned to their original outdoor homes, unable to have kittens. These programs are also proven to be the most cost-effective, veterinarian-approved, and animal-friendly solution for controlling and reducing free-roaming cat populations.
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    Created by Briara M.
  • Saving Cats in Our Community
    In order to create compassionate no-kill communities and achieve no-kill for cats nationwide, we need communities to support lifesaving programs like Trap-Neuter-Return [TNR]. The process is simple: cats are caught (often by volunteers), evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and returned to their original outdoor homes, unable to have kittens. These programs are also proven to be the most cost-effective, veterinarian-approved, and animal-friendly solution for controlling and reducing free-roaming cat populations.
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    Created by Kim S.
  • Tell county commissioners: support cat programming in Lawrence County
    Community cats (aka stray or free-roaming cats) risk losing their lives simply because they've made a home in the outdoors. In many cases, they are brought to local shelters where they are at risk of being killed. Many of these cats are thriving living outdoors because someone in their community cares for them. That's where community cat programs come in. These programs use trap-neuter-return (TNR) to save cats. The process is simple: Community cats are trapped, evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, ear-tipped, and returned to their outdoor homes, unable to have kittens. Lifesaving programs like these are proven to be the most cost-effective, veterinarian-approved, and animal-friendly solutions for controlling and reducing free-roaming cat populations. Your voice is a critical part of ensuring that pets and people in Lawrence County have access to these resources. Become part of a driven and diverse group of people who believe that all pets and people deserve compassion, and that -- when we work together -- we can create real change for pets in need. Reference the facts: Community cats and public health: https://www.felineresearch.org/post/issue-brief-feral-cats-and-public-health TNR and population management: https://www.felineresearch.org/post/issue-brief-what-to-do-with-feral-cats-examining-tnr Cat health and welfare with TNR: https://www.felineresearch.org/post/issue-brief-feral-cat-health
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  • Tell city council: support cat programming in Tulsa
    Tulsa is working hard to ensure access to programs that save animals lives and create a healthier community for people and pets but community support is needed to advocate for programs that are proven to help communities across the nation. Community cat programming and why Tulsa residents should have access: Community cats (aka outdoor cats) risk losing their lives when they are brought to local shelters by well meaning residents who are trying to help them. Many of these cats are thriving living outdoors because someone in their community cares for them. Allowing these cats to return to their outdoor homes frees up shelter resources that can be utilized for cats and dogs truly in need of shelter support. That's where community cat programs come in. These programs use trap-neuter-vaccinate-return (TNVR) to save cats and reunite them with the people who care for them. The process is simple: Community cats are trapped, evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, ear-tipped, and returned to their outdoor homes, unable to have kittens. Your voice is a critical part of ensuring that pets and people in Tulsa have access to these resources. Become part of a driven and diverse group of people who believe that all pets and people deserve compassion, and that -- when we work together -- we can create real change for pets in need. Thank you for supporting community cats in your neighborhood, and for everything that you do for the animals! Reference the facts: Community cats and public health: https://www.felineresearch.org/post/issue-brief-feral-cats-and-public-health TNR and population management: https://www.felineresearch.org/post/issue-brief-what-to-do-with-feral-cats-examining-tnr Cat health and welfare with TNR: https://www.felineresearch.org/post/issue-brief-feral-cat-health
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  • Create change for Pasadena cats/ Crea un cambio para los gatos de Pasadena
    Around two-thirds of the animals being killed in shelters nationwide are cats. Community cats (aka stray or free-roaming cats) risk losing their lives simply because they've made a home in the outdoors. In many cases, they are brought to local shelters, where they are unlikely to get adopted because many of them aren't socialized to people. Many of these cats are thriving living outdoors because someone in their community cares for them. We, the people of Pasadena, can help these cats (while keeping our communities safe!) with trap-neuter-return (TNR). Community cat programs utilize TNR and the process is simple: Community cats are trapped, evaluated by veterinarians, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, ear-tipped, and returned to their outdoor homes, unable to have kittens. This is an animal-friendly, veterinarian-approved, and cost-effective method for keeping free-roaming cats safe, healthy, and out of shelters — while reducing their numbers over time. Sign here to show that we, the people of Pasadena, support this method for managing the cats living in our communities. **************************************************************************** Necesitamos tu ayuda y tu voz para liderar el esfuerzo y mostrar al consejo municipal que quieres recursos que ayudan a la gente con animales en Pasadena. Por favor, firme y comparta esta petición para demostrar que apoyas un cambio seguro, humanitario y positivo para los gatos de su comunidad y para quienes los cuidan. ¿Por qué es importante? Alrededor de dos tercios de los animales que son sacrificados en los albergues de todo el país son gatos. Los gatos de la comunidad (también conocidos como gatos callejeros) corren el riesgo de perder la vida simplemente porque han encontrado un hogar en la comunidad. En muchos casos, son llevados a los albergues locales, donde es poco probable que sean adoptados porque muchos de ellos no están socializados con las personas. Muchos de estos gatos prosperan viviendo al aire libre porque alguien de su comunidad los cuida. Nosotros, los habitantes de Pasadena, podemos ayudar a estos gatos (¡mientras mantenemos nuestras comunidades seguras!) con la técnica de Atrapar, Vacunar, Esterilizar, Regresar (AVER). Los programas comunitarios para gatos utilizan el AVER, que incluye un proceso sencillo: Los gatos de la comunidad son atrapados, evaluados por veterinarios, vacunados, esterilizados o castrados, con las orejas tapadas y devueltos a sus hogares al aire libre, sin poder tener gatitos. Se trata de un método respetuoso con los animales, aprobado por los veterinarios y económico para mantener a los gatos callejeros seguros, sanos y fuera de los albergues, al mismo tiempo que se reduce su número con el tiempo. Firme aquí para demostrar que nosotros, la gente de Pasadena, apoyamos este método para gestionar los gatos que viven en nuestras comunidades.
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  • Tell the City Council: Support Lifesaving Programs for Cats
    Trap-Neuter-Return is an animal-friendly, veterinarian-approved, and cost-effective method for keeping free-roaming cats safe, healthy, and out of shelters while reducing their numbers over time. The cats are humanely trapped then sterilized and vaccinated before being returned to the place where they were found. And these programs are already working around the country. Community cat programs utilize trap-neuter-return (TNR) which is an animal-friendly, veterinarian-approved, and cost-effective method for keeping free-roaming cats safe, healthy, and out of shelters — while reducing their numbers over time. The cats are humanely trapped then sterilized and vaccinated before being returned to the place where they were found. Lifesaving programs like these are proven to be the most cost-effective, veterinarian-approved, and animal-friendly solution for controlling and reducing free-roaming cat populations. Rally your community to expand resources to keep people and pets safe and healthy by advocating for lifesaving programs throughout your state. Your voice is a critical part of ensuring that pets and people have access to positive programs and resources. Become part of a driven and diverse group of people who believe that all pets and people deserve compassion, and that -- when we work together -- we can create real change for pets in need.
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