spay & neuter on the for small town feral & homeless felinesPawprints Animal Rescue Foundation


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  • -spay/neuter feral and homeless cats in various communitites in BC
  • -to establish feral cat colony management initiatives with the locals

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Through our committment to help small, and often remote, communities, Pawprints Animal Rescue has initiated 'spay and neuter on the go'.  Through this initiative, we travel to communities throughout the province providing TNR (trap, neuter, release) programs.  We want to help more communities!  We work with local people that have a love and concern for the feral and homeless cats living on their streets.  They want to improve their lives and manage the poplulation, but do not have the resources to do so.  That's where Pawprints comes in...we will come to them.  Pawprints works with the people to establish feral cat colony management and we do the TNR work.  This often consists of transporting the cats to other locations in order to receive vet care required.  Pawprints also works with the local people to set up a TNR program in order for them to continue with the rescue work in the future.   

Community Benefit

The 'spay and neuter on the go' initiatve will benefit not just one community, but many communities in BC. It provides the education, support and resources to dedicated and caring individuals that want to do something for the feral and homeless cats in their community, but are unable to. This in turn, provides a service to everyone in the community. By bringing TNR programs to the community, we will improve the quality of life for feral and homeless cats living on the streets. With spaying and neutering, we will manage the poplulation by ensuring it doesn't continue to increase. This limits the spread of disease to not only the feral and homeless cats, but to the owned cats in the community. An added benefit is the possibilty of an abandoned or lost cat finding a home within the community.

How will the $10K be used?

Budget Notes: $9,500 may not cover all vet costs for the spaying/neutering of all feral and homeless cats trapped, depending on the community location. Additional funds (up to $5,000) will be provided via donations and fundraising (up to 100 cats/kittens will be spayed/neutered).
$ 9,500 Spay/neuter feral and homeless cats in various communities.
$ 500 Purchase additional traps, transfer cages and equipment.

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