Join with your SPCA to start or use the TNR program and geared to income spay/neuter program. If the numbers of cats in poor neighborhoods is reduced, then cats will become more valuable and not be a 'throw away item' in our town.
Build some shelters in your yard and feed strays, then ask the SPCA to help you with spay/neuter (TNR) so they won't reproduce. It will stop the cats from spreading diseases, stop cat fights, spraying and reproducing in a place they are not wanted. Take in the feral and tame cats and help to find them home. Join with a local cat rescue like the 'Kit Cat Club of Hamilton' found on facebook.
On going fundraising through garage sales, collection boxes in friendly neighbor stores, Kitty Cats Picnic, coming soon.
What clubs, groups, orgs are you involved with
SPCA, HARRRP, A.V.A., South Sherman Hub, Sanctuary for cats at Gage Park.
About Me: Describe what you are doing in the areas of Poverty, Peace/Conflict, HIV/AIDS, Environment
I help my neighbors and people who need help with spay/neuter of their cats and the neighborhood cats.
I work with the local planning team to help find solutions to the many problems in the Code Red Area of Ward 3