TNR Project in Taguig Community Posted on Tuesday, 28 October 2014

To encourage Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs in communities around the country is one of CARA’s main missions and we are always on the lookout for opportunities to do TNR projects that are sponsored (through your donations or via a private sponsorship). A few weeks ago a friend of CARA asked for our help. She had been feeding a large colony of cats in Taguig and wanted to have them spayed/neutered. She told us that she herself had already managed to save up funds for the project, but needed help in catching the cats. We happily agreed to support her.


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CARA Welfare Philippines - Animal Welfare - Trap Neuter - Taguig - TNR Project in Taguig Community

 

Earlier today, our boys caught the first batch of cats, 10 in all, and they will be released after surgery and recovery.

 

CARA Welfare Philippines - Animal Welfare - Trap Neuter - Taguig - TNR Project in Taguig Community

We are very thankful for this private individual’s initiative to do a TNR project in her own community. We hope more people will support programs like this and encourage everyone to start similar TNR programs in their own neighborhood.

For more information on the benefits of TNR and how you can start a sponsored program in your community, pls. click on this link: http://www.caraphil.org/mainsite/our-projects/trapneuterreturn/#.VE-KBVOUeI0. If you are seriously considering initiating a TNR program in your community, you may contact us at info@caraphil.org and we will be glad to assist you.

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This entry was posted on Tuesday, October 28th, 2014 at 9:47 am and is filed under Trap-Neuter-Release.

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Buds (or Boods) is a CARA senior volunteer (she takes photos of our rescues and does social media). She is human mama to Bruno and Jigs, and recently expanded her pack to include a stray aspin, Papi.
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