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Keeping a pet during hard times. Demestic abuse
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions not only for cats but for the citizens of the community. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Volunteer 11+ years for Dottie Childers who owned TLC Pals 4 Paaws . I am certified in TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) and have 48 CAWA & NACA CE credits. I am a member of Feral Friends Network, partner of HASS and Pilot 4 Paws
Renee is our jack of all trades. She is a self taught medical decoder and has worked in Dr offices for 15 plus years. She is TNR certified.
Krysten is a student at Vincennes university. She also studied at I.U. She has for 5+ yeas provided a pet setting service. She specializes in snakes, spiders, lizard, rats, cats and dogs.
Sylvia is ally! She has worked on the ambulance services here in Spencer Co. she is a life long resident of Chrisney . With all that she has done in life , cats have alway held a spot in her heart. This lovey lady will go without so the colony she protect and looks after are well taken care of
Is our youngest team member her animal knowledge is better then those twice her age. She is a mother of 3 and also cares for elderly people. She manages our foster and adoption programs. She also will assist with abandons dogs
We are a 100% volunteer, donation ran non-profit organization located in Rockport Indiana. We help provide TNR for community cats, socialize kittens and young adult cats, and provide educational information for schools with age appropriate activities, and meetings. We also offer help with transportation in the tri-state and for Pilots 4 Paws we do ground transportation in parts of Kentucky, Indiana
Provide cats on the streets TNR, assist their caregivers and provide educational information
cats are humanely trapped and transported to the veterinarian. There they are sedated and while under sedation they are given a wellness check, vaccinated, then spayed or neutered. They are watched while recovering then they are transported back to their home
2% of lost cats are returned to their owner
45% of cats are euthanized when in a shelter
98.9% of feral cats are euthanized when brought to a shelter
Help us make a difference to the community and outside cats. With your donation we can help lower the population of outside cats. Spay and neutering does more then stop kittens being born. It stops the odor that is made from marking their territory and sounds that comes with cat fights and mating