Spay & Neuter
Snip, Snip Hooray! is our premiere prevention program geared toward helping reduce the number of intact, homeless animals that enter the municipal shelters. We aim to connect people and their animals to the affordable spay-neuter resources they need before an "oops" litter happens.
Did you know that kittens and puppies can become pregnant at just 4 months of age? Yep! Babies having babies. Together, we can stop this cycle of homelessness within our local community.
Spaying and neutering is the most humane strategy to deal with the pet overpopulation crisis that we are experiencing locally and on a national level.
All pet owners need to do their part in preventing more puppies and kittens. No, you don't need to wait until your pet is 6 months old! Whiskers-N-Paws will connect you to an affordable spay-neuter program today.
Give us a call at 678-Whiskers (944-7537) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
We educate citizens about Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR) as an option for community cats. Through our workshops, we teach people how to help themselves or their neighborhoods. By implementing a TNVR effort in your area, this can have a tremendous impact on reducing the number of homeless cats and keeps feral cats out of shelters where they are traditionally euthanized.
So let's implement a TNVR effort in your neighborhood today!
BARN BUDDIES: Working Cats In Need of Homes
Have a rodent problem? You need a working cat! These cats make ideal residents for farms, stables, barns, and other suitable locations such as garden centers, flower shops, wineries, and warehouses. These felines do a great job keeping the rodents, snakes, and bugs away...organic pest control!
Did you know that nearly 100% of feral cats are killed at our local shelters because they are not socialized to humans? This is a depressing statistic that we need to change in our community. If you have a suitable property or inside environment that can accommodate a couple of cats, please let us know. These cats typically do best in pairs and stay to themselves.
The cats are spayed or neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations. You would be responsible for providing daily food and water, shelter from the elements and long-term veterinary care. The cats will need a brief period of adjustment. Guidance and help will be provided during the relocation process.
The clock is ticking for these cats. To adopt, please contact us right away by completing a BARN BUDDIES: Working Cats Adoption Inquiry.