Did you know there are an estimated 10,000 abandoned cats in the Pikes Peak Region? This is a direct result of humans not taking care of their pets.
Abandoned, unspayed female kittens can get pregnant at 4 months old, each producing hundreds more kittens in her lifetime. Without human care, cats–and especially kittens–in unmanaged colonies can experience great suffering from hunger, predators, disease and the elements.
We take calls year round from people outside the Humane Society’s TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program. It’s often the case that people with the biggest hearts for our outside feline friends have the fewest resources to help them. Our TNRCare program helps us help these cats have decent lives, eliminating objectionable behavior like fighting and mating, and helping them be good neighbors. This in turn helps out the people in our community.
The Humane Society cannot use opened bags of food, but we do, distributing to those in need. Every $30 donation to our TNRCare Fund goes directly to a spay or neuter which prevents hundreds if not thousands of needless feline deaths in our region, mostly in kittens.
Please help us continue our TNRCare program by dropping by with your donations in April (or anytime!) during open hours: Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 12-4 and Thursday evenings 5-8.
Please click below to donate to our TNRCare Fund. Every dollar helps prevent suffering!
We are a 501(c)3 organization, so your donation is fully tax-deductible. The volunteers and cats thank you!