One More Chance
Companion Animal Tender Support
(One More Chance C.A.T.S.)
A Non-Profit Corporation - 501(c)3 Tax Exempt
Our mission is to help curb the overpopulation of homeless pets by spaying and neutering. The way we intend to accomplish this is by helping to provide low-cost spays and neuters to families who cannot otherwise afford it, spaying and neutering shelter animals at little or no cost, and spaying and neutering feral (homeless, on-the-street) cats in a program called TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return). It does no good to just trap and kill these ferals. It has been proven time and again that another will come in to take the absent one's place. And this replacement animal will be unaltered, continuing the cycle of overpopulation.
By spaying and neutering pets and ferals, we can keep them out of the shelters and quit the killing! Please join us in our efforts....
Why spay or neuter?
Hobbes was a stray that was caught by animal control. By mistake, he was allowed to be adopted instead of killed. I had him neutered and look what a gorgeous boy he turned out to be!
Because you may find a gorgeous creature like Chubby. He was part of a feral colony of 30 that we had TNR'd. I told the caretaker that if any were adoptable I would find them a loving home. Chubby has that home! He also has his Badge of Honor (a tipped ear) indicating he is a true survivor. We were also able to get a teen and a baby homes too (after careful, loving fostering, and taming, of course).
Just recently, Kris Neal was able to get the City of St. George to contribute to the feral fix program. It took her many, many meetings with the officials and several years later they decided to add the feral program into their budget. Here is a nice write up about it.....It Takes A Community
Thank you Target!