Nomad Spay/Neuter Clinic for Cats

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The Nomad Spay/ Neuter Clinic for Cats

 

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for cats, kittens and people who love animals. 

Four million cats and dogs—about one every eight seconds—are put down in U.S. shelters each year. Often these animals are the offspring of cherished family pets. Spay/neuter is a proven way to reduce pet overpopulation, ensuring that every pet has a family to love them.

Many cats who die as a result of pet overpopulation could have made wonderful pets. A solution is possible and starts with each of us taking one small step: getting our own pets spayed or neutered. To help stop pet overpopulation further, consider adopting your next pet from an animal shelter.

 

How you can help:

Organize or join the efforts of a local trap, neuter and release -- or TNR -- program in your area. If there is not a local TNR program in your area, contact the humane society and they can provide guidance. These TNR programs are run by a coalition of community members and animal lovers, in conjunction with the local humane society and area veterinarians. TNRs are designed to provide a humane solution to the overpopulation of the animals by providing subsidized sterilization. The emphasis of this type of program is to enhance the quality of life of a feral cat by providing medical care and vaccination, reducing the population over time in a humane and caring way. Cats are trapped, spayed or neutered and then released back into their home environment. Additionally, reducing the potential for negative feral cat impact on wildlife is also a goal.

  • Adopting feral kittens helps reduce overpopulation by potentially saving the kitten from a short-lived life. Organize a group of caring animal lovers into a band of colony caretakers that will reduce the negative impact that a feral colony has on wildlife. These caretakers can watch over the colony as it shrinks in size, provide shelter, food and water, and monitor for sick or injured animals. Newborn kittens can be removed by these caretakers and shuttled to an adoptive home.

 

Contact the Nomad Spay/Neuter Clinic for more information and to shcedule your appointment.

740.323.0963

Serving all of Central Ohio

 

 

Nomad Clinic for Cats   c. 2012