TRAP / NEUTER / RETURN
Abandoned Pet Rescue (APR) reduces the feral cat population through a trap/neuter/return program, preventing the birth of thousands of unwanted cats each year. After endless calls about cat colonies breeding with no limits and people unable to spay/neuter their pets for lack of funds, it was time for APR to take action. If you would like to make a donation to help APR with the cost of spaying/neutering, click on the "PayPal Donate" button located on the right sidebar of this website and note TNR in the comments section. At this time our small group of volunteers is unable to come out and trap your cats. Please refer to the low cost spay/neuter options at the bottom of this page to get your cats fixed. Many will loan you a trap for a small deposit. The best thing you can do is to have the cats sterilized to stop the reproduction and then care for the colony as there is no place else for them to go. There are an estimated 350,000+ feral cats living in Broward County. Please help us continue to trap/neuter/release these poor unwanted felines.
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NATIONAL FERAL CAT DAY
OCTOBER 16, 2011
Help us SPAY a STRAY!
Please donate now. All cats will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated, including rabies and ear notched. They will be returned to their colony where they are being fed and cared for.
On average we spay/neuter 18 - 20 cats per month. Our goal between Sept 10 - Oct 16 is to sterlize 50 cats but we need your help! Please donate ANY amount today and help us reach our goal and stop hundreds of unwanted births. $25 will cover the cost of surgery and vaccines for one cat, but any amount is appreciated.
We will be posting photos as we receive donations and get the cats fixed.
Thank you for your support!
These cats have been sterilized:
These cats still been to be trapped. Your donation will go towards getting them fixed.
Thank you for your support!
South Florida currently has a few low cost spay/neuter facilites that WILL neuter ferals!
Stray Aid & Rescue has a new mobile unit operating low cost spay/neuters for dogs and cats. Please visit them at http://strayaid.org for days/hours of operation and costs. You can schedule your appointment online! Vaccines are available at an additional cost. Contact them by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 954-816-0799.
The MASH unit (through the Humane Society) is low cost and you DO NOT need to be low income to take advantage of their services either. MASH will spay/neuter cats and kittens only (starting at $25), notch the ferals ear, give a penicillin shot, rabies vaccine, rabies tag ($12). They operate Tuesday - Saturday. To schedule an appointment please call the Humane Society MASH Unit at 954-266-6826.
Cats Exclusive - Millions of cats & kittens are euthanized each year and our goal is to end the use of euthanization for adoptable or treatable cats in Broward County. Our no-kill cat adoption center has found homes for over 4,000 cats and kittems since 1998. In addition, we built and opened a spay and neuter clinic in September 2007. The clinic provides many services such as spay/neuter, microchipping and vaccines for all cat owners. For more information please contact them at 954-975-8349 or email@example.com.