They don't belong to anybody; they belong to everybody
The unowned Community Cat population in Baja has exploded in recent years as roaming dog packs have decreased and people willing to feed them have increased. Unfortunately, a critical step is being missed...STERILIZATION.
What is a community Cat?
A 'feral' cat is unsocialized and tends to be fearful of people and keeps its distance. Ferals are most often found living outdoors in groups known as colonies. The cats in a colony share a common food source and territory and may include not only ferals, but also strays - former pet cats who were lost or abandoned. They protect their territory and keep other cats out.
‘Research shows that Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the humane, effective approach for community cats. TNR improves cats’ lives, addresses community concerns, stabilizes colonies, and helps cats and people co-exist. TNR is the only way to address community cats.’ ~Alley Cat Allies
How Can I Help?
All it takes is a $30 dollars to purchase or donate a surgery for a needy Community Cat. Our Cat Whispurrer can assist you with traps, transportation to surgeries, food, general information, Volunteer opportunities, and Trap Neuter Release education for your community or Homeowners Association.