Our project is committed to educating the public in CAT health, and safety. Project Spay provides useful free information to individuals and the community. Finding Forever Homes for our furry friends is one of our most gratifying services that we offer. The ongoing process of controlling the CAT population in nearby communities through the Trap/Spay or Neuter/Return program is another feat that we take great pride in being a part of.
We are Forever grateful to all the warmhearted people that have helped us throughout the years. Unfortunately, without monetary donations, and a whole lot of love none of this woderful work is possible. Remember our success depends on your support, always.
The Volunteers for Project Spay spend hours feeding feral and stray cats at designated feeding stations. They also assist in trapping the cats to be neutered/spayed and to receive medical care. If the cats are friendly Project Spay will assist the cats in finding a home, foster home or shelter that is humane. If the cats are feral and unable to go to a home they will be released after being spayed/neutered and provided daily with food, shelter and water in its own natural habitat. Project Spay has to cover all the veterinary expenses, and provide food, litter, bedding, etc. Every donation helps. None of this could happen without the help of the community and donations.
On behalf of Project Spay and our Feline Friends.....
Picture below is of Bo & Finn. Both were stray cats in Fall River that Project Spay assisted their human in getting them trapped, neutered, and brought into their human's loving home.
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