Organization: Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Hong Kong)
Details: At the SPCA, we strongly believe that all feral cats deserve our compassion and protection, and that there are humane, effective ways to control their populations. We support the efforts of compassionate caregivers who are working hard to make life better for feral cats. Many people in our city complain about these cats, but simply killing them is not the answer to reducing their numbers. In recognising this, we have introduced an animal birth control programme, the HKSPCA Cat Colony Care Programme to provide FREE spay/neuter surgery for our ferals. Cats on the streets are a community problem. It is not just the responsibility of the SPCA and our registered carers. We also need you to help and support for our programme to continue.
Background: Established in August 2000, the SPCA’s Cat Colony Care Programme (CCCP) mobilises a dedicated army of volunteers who feed and watch over “families” of street cats in Hong Kong. The aim is to improve the lives and health of these animals and to stabilise and eventually reduce the numbers of stray and feral cats in the community through the coordinated Trap, Neuter and Return (TNR) effort
Duration: Available now
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Source of Information: Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Hong Kong)’s website
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