“Rosie” was found, when still a kitten, caught in someone’s skunk trap. Her caretaker is currently an elderly Prince County woman. “Grammie” enjoys having Rosie around her property.
Thank you Cathy, Janet and Carol for your donations, which helped to treat, vaccinate and spay Rosie under the Cat Action Team’s “Fix a Feral” program.
Westisle Composite High School Grade 12 students Sam Cameron, Bailey Bulger, Kara Buote and Kaylee Gavin recently took action… To find out what they did, visit http://www.peicanada.com/west_prince_graphic/article_9e59cb46-d4e4-11e5-b829-9752e2ce28a0.html
Thank you for caring!
To find out how you, too, can help: http://cats-pei.ca/cats-fix-feral-program/
The Cat Action Team has TNVR (trap-neuter-vaccinate-return) clinics scheduled this month and several cats and kittens will be treated for parasites, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, tattooed for identification, and then returned to their caretakers.
If you would like to help “fix a feral,” too, contact us http://cats-pei.ca/cats-fix-feral-program/ .
The Cat Action Team of Prince Edward Island:
Who are We?
We are an all-volunteer registered charity established to work with the public in caring for stray, feral and barn cats throughout Prince Edward Island. To date, the Cat Action Team has:
- trapped, neutered, tested, vaccinated, treated and returned 10,934 feral, stray and barn cats (2015 statistics)
- placed over 100 wooden shelters in feral cat colonies
- provided cat food to community cats when in need
- responded to innumerable concerns related to feral, stray and barn cats from communities across PEI.
Spay and neuter assistance for house cats (as well as dogs and rabbits) is available through our companion organization, SpayAid PEI.
CAT proudly participates in the Companion Animal Welfare Initiative of the PEI Department of Agriculture and Forestry.
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