trapping cats in caregiver's yards or businesses
transporting cats to or from Mary S. Roberts Lifeline clinic for spay/neuter (Tuesday-Friday)
holding trapped cats overnight in your garage the night before or after surgery
releasing cats back to their home and caregiver after recovery
picking up recyclables and/or taking them in to be redeemed.
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THE HUMANE SOLUTION TO MANAGING COMMUNITY CATS
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On December 21, 2015, we found out that we are are officially a 501(c)3! Thank you to everyone who has supported us along the way. Donations are retroactive to our filing date so to those who have already donated we will be working hard over the next few weeks to get those out to you!
For those of you who would like to donate, here's the good news! Charitable gifts made to nonprofit organizations that are officially recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as having 501(c) (3) status are considered to be tax deductible contributions. So now you can do good and benefit from it! So, go on, click on that Donate button, below, to help support us in making this a better world for community cats! You can donate using Paypal or your personal credit card.
the FVRCP vaccine
Your efforts are motivated by your desire to help cats and improve their lives. Our experience has shown that volunteers and Trap-Neuter-Return groups have a need to take full advantage of their time and money. Targeted trapping fulfills that need and expands your efforts. It provides an opportunity for local caregivers or groups to help more cats - specifically an entire colony - in a single effort and usually in a shorter period of time.