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HRM TNR Project Report:

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Sponsor a single Feral cat spay/neuter surgery or gather a group and fundraise to bring the Mobile Spay/Neuter clinic to an area in need in your community.

Funds raise provide the medical supplies needed to spay/neuter up to 20 cats!   Donate today or contact us to inquire about Sponsorship opportunities.  Your donation will help a colony like the one pictured below, this is an actual colony in Nova Scotia that needs your help today!

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Our Mobile Spay Neuter clinic is here!

The clinic will enable us to address feral cat colonies in rural areas across theprovince, by spaying /neutering feral cats close to where they live.  We hope this will help reduce the cycle of unwanted breeding and the stress that causes on feral cats and on shelters and rescues constantly rescuing kittens from these situations.

The Nova Scotia SPCA believes that successful management of the feral cat population can be done through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) Population Control Programs. The objective of Trap-Neuter-Return is to gradually eliminate colonies by a process of “aging out.” Feral cats are humanely trapped, neutered, ear tipped and then returned to their colony.

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Our strategy to tackle the feral cat population problem involves a mobile spay/neuter clinic that will travel across the province providing spay/neuter surgeries for feral cats.

 


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Volunteers spend countless hours using live (humane) traps to gather cats needing spay/neuter to bring to our mobile spay/neuter days.

For more detailed information on TNR process and feral (community) cats check out Alley Cat Allies

To report feral cats in need of assistance please fill out the survey below.  You can contact us at catcolony@spcans.ca or 844-835-4798, for any questions regarding this initiative.

This Mobile Clinic was made possible through generous bequests by the late Dr. Susan Roberts, and Eleanor Dyke.




 

Many are aware there are thousands of homeless cats but it is important that we gather actual data to determine just how big the problem is and where the colonies exist.  It is important that we identify the locations of cat colonies and their caretakers from around the Province so we can collaborate with individuals and other cat rescue groups to better work together supporting cats in need.

Please pass this link on to anyone who might be interested in identifying a colony and complete this form for each new colony you wish to identify.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2016catsurvey

If you have any questions regarding this survey please don’t hesitate to contact us at catcolony@spcans.ca or 844-835-4798

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey!

 

Mobile Spay Neuter Clinic Wish List:

  • Live (Humane) traps any size. Available at any hardware store.
  • Transfer cages. Available online through WCS Canada
  • Wet cat food
  • Cans of Tuna, Chicken or Sardines used when setting traps to catch a cat.
  • Donations of Dry cat food to support Caretakers of a colony.
  • Cat Carriers (new or used)
  • Large wire dog crates (for temporary housing of cats awaiting spay/neuter surgery).
  • Monetary donations to sponsor a spay/neuter surgery. Donate online today