Feral cat colony collected northeast of Edmonton as part of humane society’s first trap-neuter-return clinic to address overpopulation

Links to the breadcrumb trail Local news Author of the article: Dustin Cook Thirty-six kittens will be held while Edmonton Humane Society (EHS) staff and volunteers attended a trap spay…

Edmonton Humane Society hosts first trap-neuter-return clinic to help address feral cat overpopulation

EDMONTON – The Edmonton Humane Society hosted its first Trap Neuter Return Clinic on Saturday as it works with the Canadian Animal Task Force to tackle wildcat overpopulation in Alberta.…

Columbia appears to be like to fight cat overpopulation | Mid-Missouri Information

COLOMBIA – The city of Colombia is currently suffering from cat overpopulation which is causing environmental problems and has triggered movements by various organizations to capture, neuter and release kittens…

Spay and neuter grants will assist 11 B.C. teams tackle cat overpopulation

VANCOUVER – The BC SPCA is funding 11 animal organizations to address the problem of wild cat populations across the province. The funds are part of the Community Animal Spay…

BC SPCA funding helps 11 organizations with cat overpopulation in province – Chilliwack Progress

A total of 11 BC animal rescue organizations are receiving funding from BC SPCA grants to help control cat overpopulation in their communities. The BC SPCA Community Animal Spay Neuter…