Stray cats are a huge and growing problem in every part of the world. This is mostly contributed by their high birth rate at almost four litters a year. One key reason for rescuing and rehoming stray cats is to curb overpopulation for the community’s safety.
Stray cats’ overpopulation in our community means a population of hungry, unhealthy and aggressive cats. Unhealthy cats are a threat to public health due to flea’s infestation and other illnesses like rabies. Hunger contributes to cat’s aggression as they fight for the limited resources available. Strays’ overpopulation also contributes to property destruction and garbage cans in communities as they rummage for food.
Would you like to be part of our efforts to rescue and rehome cats? Here’s how to join our efforts:
Donate to our courses to help us rescue, offer medical care, neuter and rehoming stray cats. By donating, you ensure one more cat is off the streets. By supporting our neutering courses, you ensure one more cat won’t birth kittens in the streets and contribute to stray’s overpopulation. You can support us by donating once, monthly, or even yearly to help us reach more stray cats.
Become a Volunteer
By becoming a volunteer in charity rescue organizations, you ensure we have the right personnel in all areas to help in our rescue activities. We offer quality training to our volunteers on proper ways to manage and rehome strays.