The majority of the kittens brought to Willamette Humane Society are born to stray community cats....cats with no owner. While we all adore kittens, there aren't enough homes for all of them in the Salem area. Can you help save lives and humanely control the stray cat population with a donation toward spay & neuter surgeries?
Giving Mewsday is Willamette Humane Society's take on Giving Tuesday....a national day of giving. We dedicate our Tuesday efforts to the cats. Your donation will help balance the Mews in our community.
Volunteers humanely trap at-large cats and bring them to WHS where they receive sterilization surgery, vaccinations, and an ear tip. The ear tip indicates the animal is fixed so in the future trappers know it doesn't need surgery. By returning the sterilized cat to their place in the community, other, un-fixed cats have no room to move in. By sterilizing all the cats in a colony, the spaces are filled AND no more kittens are produced. In the long run, it is a humane way to control the community cat population. We have some work to do. Your donation will make a difference.
Help us hijack #GivingTuesday to make it #GivingMewsday for Spay & Neuter! Your donation saves lives by funding surgeries for stray community cats, preventing litters, and balancing the cat population of our community. Please donate, post your Unselfie for the cause, and share with your friends!
Each surgery costs Willamette Humane Society $43. Can you donate the cost of one surgery? Our goal is to raise $2,150, which is enough to fund 50 surgeries!
Your Donation Supports our Free Surgeries for Community Cats. Read More…
See our Spay & Neuter Clinic at Work
Take an Unselfie for our cause, and post to Instagram using #GivingMewsday to Display in our Gallery:
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