Is your community a shining example of a TNR colony? Posted on Monday, 16 May 2016
This is an example of a healthy well maintained colony. This photo was taken at the Manila Polo Club. The cats are all spayed and neutered and are fed daily by a volunteer. They keep the rodent and roach situation under control and live peacefully alongside their fellow human beings.
We encourage all villages, clubs and areas to use this humane approach to controlling their cat population. We hope in the years to come to add to our list of communities with a well-managed stray cat population as people realize, that there is a humane way to control the stray cat population.
To spay/neuter your pets and to set up TNR in your community, please contact CARA.
175 Lopez Rizal St. cor. Samat St., Mandaluyong City
+632 5323340 /0919 5790047
Reposted from the CARA archive
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