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Dodger's Adoption and Rescue Thoughts by Dervish

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March 9th 2013 9:56 am
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It is the calm before the storm of kitten season. Spring and warmed weather are coming. Please help us avoid the tragedy and nightmare of kitten season. Support local spay neuter efforts in your community. Support your local shelters and rescue groups who are working to help animals locally. Help them help the animals. If you want to add another kitty to your family check them out. There are wonderful animals waiting for homes. My family are all former fosters we know first hand that rescues rock!! Purr with us on the Power of purr for rescues and forever homes. Adopt don't shop but if you want to shop check out Petfinder.


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Purred by: (Bob) Hope (Catster Member)

March 9th 2013 at 7:07 pm

Thanks, Dervish, for bringing this to the attention! Mom just talkin' today that kittening season is about to start. She think about Bailey, Brutus, Julius, Porky, Bess, Gulliver, Matthew, Mark, Luke, Ruth, and Sarah. They were all our little babies who got socialized and went to homes last year. Then there be the critical baby, Phoenix-Naomi who stayed. And me. The grown up kitty who came at the end of the season and I still be here. Mom got a call this week and she and the drop box will go out for their first trapping this Wednesday. TNR the grownups, socialize and home the babies. Support your local TNR. Donate through Petsmart! And if you know someone who needs a black tux - I'm still looking for my furever home!
Purred by: Noon (Catster Member)

March 13th 2013 at 9:39 am

That's a point that can't ever be made too frequently. Mom likes to point out that at low-cost spay neuter clinics, the price of a spay or a neuter is less than what it would cost to take the family out for dinner at a restaurant and the health benefits of spaying and neutering as well as the fact that a spayed or neutered cat is so much easier to live with, all makes it well worth it in addition to doing your part to avoid contributing to pet overpopulation.

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