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  • August 17 2019 Update

    The following is a breakdown of our 2019 stats from Jan 1 through Apr 30, 2019:
    - A total of 424 spay-neuter surgeries
    - Dogs = 14
    - Cats = 410
    - Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) = 267
    - Owner Surrendered Cats = 37 (coordinated the transfer into rescue organizations - majority on transport to Northeast)
    - Barn Buddies = 61 (55 feral cats pulled from a local animal control and placed into a working environment)
    - Spay/Neuter - Community Assists = 19
    - The number of kitten births prevented counting both female and male cats altered (average litter of 4-5 kits) = 1,640 - 2,050

  • 2019 Impact Stats YTD - 200 Surgeries & Counting

    The following is a breakdown of our 2019 stats from Jan 1 through Apr 30, 2019:
    - A total of 200 spay-neuter surgeries
    - Dogs = 4
    - Cats = 196
    - Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) = 144 (Adults – 162; Kittens/Juveniles – 32; - 51 TNR cases (41 homeowners; 10 businesses)
    - Owner Surrendered Cats = 26 (coordinated the transfer into rescue organizations)
    - Barn Buddies = 23 feral cats pulled from certain death from a local animal control and placed into a working environment
    - The number of kitten births prevented counting both female and male cats altered (average litter of 4-5 kits) = 772–965

  • We are thrilled to be partnered with the Clothes Less Traveled who donated $5,000 to support our spay-neuter efforts for Coweta Canines.

  • The Petco Foundation has invested $2,500 to our Trap-Neuter-Return program to help community cats in Coweta-Fayette Counties, Georgia and support our lifesaving work.

  • We are honored to receive a $5000 investment from the Georgia Department of Agriculture to support our spay-neuter work of owned cats and dogs in Coweta-Fayette Counties.

  • It was a busy 2018 and are grateful for the support from our Coweta-Fayette supporters! Please click the link to view our 90 second year-in-review.

  • Aug 1, 2018 - YTD Impact Stats

    Top three 2018 data points related to our impact in the community:
    1) Community cats Trap-Neutered-Returned year to date = 305
    2) Feral cats saved from local municipal shelters (euthanasia) and placed in barns = 20
    3) Fundraising = $43,228

  • The Clothes Less Traveled organization has invested $5,000 in our spay-neuter program to help dogs in Coweta County.

  • Whiskers-n-Paws’ Trap-Neuter-Return Program is proudly supported by the Petco Foundation.

  • The Georgia Department of Agriculture has invested $5,000 in our Spay-Neuter program to help the citizens of Coweta-Fayette Counties spay or neuter their owned pet.

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