BENEFITING: All About Animals Rescue
ORGANIZER: All About Animals Rescue
EVENT: Saving Pets Challenge 2015
All About Animals Rescue wrote -
Have you ever loved a cat that wasn’t “yours,” that you couldn’t even touch? You want to help, but you’re not sure how. You keep seeing this stray cat. Is it getting enough food? Does it have an owner?
If only it would let you touch it, maybe you could help more. You’re sure a shelter would put it down. You’ve heard that 7 out of 10 cats don’t make it out. And this one, you can’t even touch. It doesn’t stand a chance at the shelter! Not too long later, there are kittens and a year from then, well there’s a whole colony of cats. Now what?
Someone tells you that there’s help. You should call All About Animals Rescue; they can help with something called Trap Neuter Return. A sense of relief washes over you as you make the call.
This is the plea for help that we hear every day at All About Animals Rescue and this is where you can make a huge difference by making your donation today.
Our stray cat program has fixed, vaccinated and cared for over 12,000 cats in just the last few years. We offer Trap Neuter Return training, spay/neuter, extra medical care and shelter from the bitter winters. Through our efforts, cats are being helped every day. On average, All About Animals Rescue covers 45% of the cost to fix and vaccinate each cat; that’s over $10,000 each month spent just on basic medical care.
Please help us to continue helping “homeless” outdoor community cats by making a donation today!
Trap Neuter Return sometimes becomes, Trap, Neuter and transition into a loving indoor home. We love it when that happens! Some of the pictures you see on the site are of cats now enjoying living an entirely different life indoors. And the poor guy with the green thing stuck around his neck? He wanted no part of ever becoming an indoor cat, but he sure was glad to have our helping hands get that hose off. And we're happy he's living the good life right where he wants and no longer contributing to overpopulaiton!
Thank you for helping us help them!