We are grateful for this day to raise awareness of the ongoing plight of homeless cats.
Recent past years have witnessed improvements in educating the general public about feral cats:
- Residents taking an interest in helping cats in their own neighborhood by feeding, trapping, fostering, donating, and sharing information on social media.
- Launch of several Facebook pages for local communities to network, communicate and work as a team to help cats.
- Municipalities starting TNR programs and offering low-cost or free spay/neuter.
|In showing neighbors what we do, they respond |
"It's like a mini National Geographic! Look at that mini black panther ,"says one child.
Love it when that happens! Education working...
|Christine confident that sudden disappearance of 4 cat is due to poisoning, |
she talks one on one with security guard about Florida law and poisoning of animals.
Through regular education, communication and involvement, we as a city and country continue to make strides.
|Christine greets Tabitha with a pet|
|Tabitha does not wait until Christine finishes serving|
|Romeo smells lunch|
|Romeo dives into his food bowl.|
So be sure to share your stories and photos all across social media of any feral cats you care for outdoors or ones that you helped socialize that now live indoors and bring great joy to your family.
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