Save 80,000 cats ...
... by spaying one female feral cat and neutering one male feral cat.
That's right! Two cats and their kittens' kittens, if none are ever neutered or spayed, can add up to 80,000 homeless cats in 10 years. That's a lot of cats subject to disease and starvation, predation by coyotes and dogs, and vulnerable to cars and trappers. But you can stem this tide and save the lives of over 80,000 cats and kittens by spaying one female feral cat and neutering one male feral cat.
But for a tax-deductible donation of $50, you can spay one female feral cat. For a tax-deductible donation of $35, you can neuter one male feral cat.
This new program is an area in which you can truly make a difference. Other states and counties have governmental programs to spay and neuter feral cats. Westchester County, one of the wealthiest counties in the country, does not. And though the SPCA will be pursuing governmental funding for this program, the wheels of government crank along exceedingly slow.
And the need is now! Kitten season is upon us once again, and the flood of homeless kittens are already surging into shelters across the county. Many will suffer or die, and these are needless tragedies.
Contribute now to save homeless cats and kittens from death and the ravages of disease. Make out your tax-deductible donation to SPCA of Westchester and, on the item line, write "feral-cat voucher program." Or click the donate button below to make your contirbution right now.