Friday, August 8, 2014

Help spay and neuter to save more lives

At the most recent MN SNAP (MN Spay Neuter Assistance Program) clinic held at Feline Rescue last Sunday, the MN SNAP team spayed and neutered 55 cats! These were cats of low income owners, feral cats, and cats rescued through Feline Rescue's network of outreach volunteers.

Sal was a stray cat taken in by a kind independent rescuer. Now that he's neutered, this MALE calico will soon be looking for a great home. He is quite a character!

Feral kittens Tic, Tac, and Toe were rescued from animal control by Pet Project Rescue. They will be placed together on a farm, where they will be carefully introduced to their new indoor/outdoor environment.

Several free-roaming cats were trapped by caring neighbors and brought to the clinic to be spayed/neutered as well. Spaying and neutering community cats improves their lives and helps reduce the number of homeless cats on the streets or that are killed at animal control facilities.

If you are seeing or feeding a stray cat, please help make sure it gets spayed or neutered. Low-cost clinics include MN SNAP and Kindest Cut. Or contact our outreach volunteers for more information or assistance:

Thanks to all the volunteers who helped save so many lives and especially to the MN SNAP team for all the great work they do!

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