Category: Cat Action Team Information

Cat Action’s Annual General Meeting 2024

Annual General Meeting 2024 Date: April 7th, 2024 at 2pm Location: Sobeys Community Room, 39 Babineau Avenue, Charlottetown   The meeting will include the presentation of two annual reports: a financial report from the Auditor and a general report on…
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CAT Annual General Meeting 2022

CAT ACTION TEAM ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Saturday, Oct 29, 2022 @ 2:00 pm ST. ELEANOR’S COMMUNITY CENTRE, 1 WEST DRIVE,  ST. ELEANOR’S, P.E.I. You are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting in person. Sorry, no Zoom meeting capabilities this…
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CAT Annual General Meeting 2021

CAT ACTION TEAM ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2021 @ 1:00 pm  ST. ELEANOR’S COMMUNITY CENTRE 1 WEST DRIVE ST. ELEANOR’S, P.E.I. You are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting in person or virtually via Zoom (see link…
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Cat Action’s Milestones 2012-2017

2017 AGM Dr. Peter Foley’s presentation summary:  681 cats spayed/neutered in 2016, for a grand total of 11,615 cats since 2000. No cats tested positive for FeLV in 2016, at AVC’s Saturday neuter clinics! No cats tested positive for FIV…
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The Pegasus Family Foundation Grant

Dr. Eric K. Butler and Ms. Suzanne L. Rocca-Butler, through The Pegasus Family Foundation, have been providing annual grants to the Cat Action Team since 2003. These grants support spay/neuter clinics, emergency medical and surgical care of feral cats, as well as the…
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Feed the Ferals: Cat Food Appeal

The Cat Action Team provides food where needed, thanks to the generous donations of cat food, or funds donated for cat food, from Island residents. Donations of cat food are distributed to a number of cat colonies throughout the province…
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CanFel Foundation

In late 2015, the Cat Action Team received a grant from the CanFel Foundation, which helped us (and continues to help us) reach out to communities throughout PEI via the various brochures and posters that were produced. The brochures and…
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“Fix a Feral” Program

Contact us for details!catactionpei@gmail.com Poster:  CAT’s Fix a Feral Program   “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…
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IAMS Eukanuba and Zoetis Canada

The Cat Action Team receives support from the following animal care companies: IAMS Eukanuba Pet Food Company offered a monthly supply of cat food to feed feral colonies.  Since June 2005, CAT has received approximately 2,500 pounds per year through IAMS Canada.  Many feral colonies…
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Feed the Ferals Program: Monetary Appeal

  Email Paula Connolly at pmtconnolly@yahoo.ca https://www.facebook.com/FeedTheFerals2012Feed the Ferals Monetary Appeal

The Donna Hickox Feed the Ferals Program

Donna Hickox was a valued volunteer of the Cat Action Team in PEI, since the Team was formed.  She was very concerned about the care of the stray/feral/barn cats after they were trapped, neutered, and released.  One of her concerns…
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