Photo courtesy Feline Fix / Pet Community Center
The Nashville Paw Foundation (NPF) is proud to partner with the Pet Community Center (PCC) to provide a sterilization clinic for feral cats on Saturday, July 14, 2012. The NPF will fund the clinic, while PCC will trap and transport feral cats to the clinic through their "Feline Fix" program.
"The greater Nashville area is flooded with feral cat colonies," says NPF president, Heather Dowdy. "The team at the Pet Community Center has been doing amazing TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) work to help keep these cats healthy and their populations down, and we are thrilled to be able to partner with them to help fund these vital efforts."
The NPF will fund a full day of The Spay Station, a mobile clinic operated by New Leash On Life. An estimated 30 feral cats will be sterilized, potentially preventing hundreds of unwanted feline births.
The clinic will be set up at 2738 Old Lebanon Road in Donelson, in the lot of the former Two Rivers Ford. All surgery slots have been filled at this time.
A donation drive will be held on site to collect necessary supplies for the feral TNR program. Items needed include:
Canned cat food
Plain sardines in oil
Towels and blankets
Non-clumping cat litter
Pet Crates and Carriers
Bleach and laundry detergent
Humane Live Traps (Tomahwak traps preferred)
These supplies can be dropped off on site between 8am - 2:00pm.