|Purred: Tue Aug 9, '05 2:13pm PST |
|Wow, you certainly have a big problem on your hands! (I don't envy you!).
Testing won't be a concern for the wilds, but kittens need to be tested before going to pet homes.
As for spay/neuter, best of luck getting in touch with a good TNR program! If that doesn't work out, you might want to try the following.
Here, you can buy vouchers for low cost spay and neuters. They have lots of participating vets. http://www.fcdf.org/nspay.php3
The following have low cost spay/neuter clinics
Feral Cat Coalition
For feral and stray cats.
Baldwin County Humane Society
Baldwin County AL
(Note- your cats don't seem too feral to be considered unruly pets, don't count this out)
Humane Society of Etowah County
1700 Chestnut Street
Gadsden, AL 35901
Humane Society of Shelby County
I know you won't be able to do them all at once, but the best thing to do is start with the most fertile females. Are there one or two that always have huge litters? Get them done first. Are there any that look pregnant now? Get them in to be spayed ASAP!
Best of luck, I'd hate to see this situation get even worse.
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