WE ARE FULL- WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING ANY NEW CATS.
We have tickets available for the Rusty Ball on November 10. $75 gets entrance and 4 drinks -- wine, beer, water and soft drinks, -- and also a discounted price ($85) on a room for the night at Millenium.
We also have $5 raffle tickets available for 8 chances to win $1000.
Spring is coming, this means so will the litters of kittens!!! Save Our Strays is becoming a Trap Neuter Return (TNR) group. We are looking for volunteers to assist with trapping/transporting. If you are interested in helping please contact Lynne Heldman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also - if you can donate please click on our Pay Pal link. Your donations will be greatly appreciated!
Save Our Strays is working to help an elderly man in a trailer home to spay/neuter cats that have been abandoned in his trailer park. He is able to feed them but needs assistance to ensure the numbers do not grow!. If you are able to donate to this project please click on our Pay Pal link.
Save Our Strays has Entertainment Books for sale! They have tons of great coupons in them to help save you money! Cost is $30.00 and coupons are valid until 11/12/2012. Contact Jenny Even, email@example.com, to purchase. Save Our Strays receives a portion of the purchase price from each book.
Save Our Strays was founded in 1998 to reduce pet overpopulation in the Cincinnati Tri-State area through non-lethal, humane methods. Inspired by national groups like Alley Cat Allies, our primary focus is trap-neuter-release (TNR) of feral and stray cat populations in the area. Often during our TNR efforts we come across adoptable cats and kittens who are then placed in one of our foster homes and adopted out via this website, www.petfinder.com. In more recent years we have also started offering to the public low-cost spaying/neutering at one of the local vet hospitals or clinics with which we've partnered.
We do not have a shelter.
We are all-volunteer and non-profit. All of the money we take in goes directly into the care of the animals.
TNR is our primary objective. If you have a feral or stray cat population in your neighborhood, we will be happy to assist you in getting them spayed/neutered to control the population. If the cats are simply removed, other cats will move into the territory and the cycle of breeding will begin all over again. A sterilized, maintained colony is a much better solution for everyone involved, and this is what we will help you to achieve in your neighborhood- we only relocate cats when they are in danger or a colony caretaker is not available.
Every year we spay/neuter hundreds of animals, and find loving homes for hundreds of animals as well. The crisis of overpopulation persists though, in spite of the efforts of our group and others like us. Thousands of dogs and cats are euthanized every year in the Cincinnati area alone for no reason other than that there aren't enough homes for all of them. Please do your part and spay/neuter your own pets and those roaming in your neighborhood. Adopt instead of buying from a breeder or pet store and save a life.
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