Spay it Forward
At the beginning of March, we saw the closure of our local spay-neuter clinic and the immediate halt of spay and neuter surgeries for the foreseeable future. This closure has left a void in our community during a time when rescues and shelters would normally be working overtime to help homeless cats and providing critical spay and neuter services.
In February, we accepted the first pregnant cat of 2020 into our program. Since then, we have rescued 4 more pregnant cats, 4 neonatal kittens that required bottle feeding, and 3 four week old kittens without their Mom.
In seven years, one unspayed cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 kittens. By spaying 1 cat we can prevent the needless suffering for thousands of cats.
The world may be shut down, but there are still cats awaiting rescue and vet care. As the world returns to normal operations we expect there will be many more cats in need of care. Together, we can be there to provide critical spay/neuter services once it's safe to do so.
How does it work?
You donate $25
Ten Lives will match your $25 donation
An anonymous donor will match your $25 donation
Together, we're Spaying it Forward.