Today is National Feral Cat Day. In celebration, Planned PEThood of GA held a mega trapping event in Gwinnett County last week. In one morning, 12 volunteers trapped 61 cats and kittens thanks to a grant from Petco Love. These cats were at five locations in Norcross and Lilburn overrun with feral cats, imagine how many more are out there!
Feral cat day is a day to celebrate cats of all stripes, no matter where they call home. Feral cats have been stigmatized the world over, but thanks to this holiday, we can change how we see these lovable nomads. While these cats may not want to be pets, they still deserve food, shelter, and basic medical care.
This mega trapping event was able to ensure the 61 cats and kittens were vaccinated for rabies, ensuring the safety of the community, and spayed/neutered, preventing hundreds of births. After recovery from surgery, the cats were returned to their ‘homes’ to live out their lives with caregivers.
Planned PEThood of GA offers a variety of ways to help community cats such as humane trap loans and low-cost spay/neuter options.
We hope you will join us in celebrating community cats in your neighborhood today!
You can make a difference in the lives of cats like these right now.
Make a gift to help feral cats in your area right now!
$5 = Rabies Shot
$10 – Flea medication
$15 = Pain medication
$50 = covers surgery and care for one feral cat
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