Feline Frenzy! Spay Neuter: Atlantic City NJ, June
from Alley Cat Allies:
Alley Cat Allies Seeks Volunteers For a Feline Frenzy!
Spay/Neuter Event In Atlantic City, New Jersey
Who: Alley Cat Allies has led the feral cat movement
for 17 years by promoting Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR),
the only humane, effective method to reduce the feral
ACA manages a highly successful TNR program on the
Atlantic City boardwalk. For more than six years,
Alley Cat Allies has worked with City to humanely
trap, sterilize, vaccinate, and return the cats at the
Boardwalk. We have adopted more than 100 cats into
area homes and we continue to find homes for more
kittens and friendly stray cats.
With TNR, cats living outdoors are humanely trapped
and taken to veterinarians to be evaluated,
vaccinated, spayed or neutered and eartipped for
identification. Socialized cats and kittens are placed
in foster homes for adoption. Feral cats – second or
third generation of lost or abandoned pet cats – are
returned to their outdoor homes, where they are fed
and monitored by volunteers for the rest of their
lives. No more kittens are born and the population is
reduced. Nuisance behaviors associated with breeding,
such as the yowling of females or the spraying of
toms, are virtually eliminated. The cats live healthy,
safe, and peaceful lives in their territories.
What: Alley Cat Allies and Best Friends Veterinary
Hospital, LLC will host a Feline Frenzy! to spay or
neuter and vaccinate at least sixty cats from Atlantic
City. The success of this grassroots effort relies on
volunteers, who are needed to humanely trap the cats,
transport the cats to the clinic and return them to
their habitat after surgery.
Where: Atlantic City, New Jersey
Dates & Times: Volunteers are needed from Friday,
June 8 to Monday, June 11th.
Exact location & times will be assigned based on skills
and availability of volunteers.
Info: Visit www.alleycat.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Alley Cat Allies:
For 17 years, Alley Cat Allies (ACA) has led the
national feral cat movement by advocating
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), the only effective and
humane method to reduce feral cat populations. Based
in Bethesda, MD, ACA has more than 100,000 supporters
and is the national nonprofit clearinghouse for
information on feral and stray cats. To learn about
Alley Cat Allies, visit www.alleycat.org.