Community Cat Trapper and Transporter

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TRI-CITIES FRIENDS OF KITTIES INC

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We will provide the traps and bait and covers and teach you how to set the trap. The cats are NOT injured. This is humane trapping. Once trapped, the cats are taken to LifeLine in College Park where they are anesthetized, neutered/spayed, vaccinated. They are returned to us in the afternoon and are brought back to a designated spot for recuperation. They are released in their 'home' the next day.

You must have a car that can accommodate a 12x36 (roughly) trap.

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About TRI-CITIES FRIENDS OF KITTIES INC

Location:

1287 Jefferson Ave, East Point, GA 30344, US

Mission Statement

As a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization run by volunteers, we: monitor the colonies for well-being and provide shelter and food for them obtain veterinary care for sick or injured animals in the colonies trap, neuter/spay and return cats to prevent reproduction and growth of the colony help neighbors who wish to care for stray, homeless, community and feral cats in their immediate neighborhoods educate others on the treatment of stray, homeless, community and feral cats

Description

We began in 2017 and since then have trapped, neutered and returned (or adopted out) over 300 cats in the Tri Cities area. We have 10 colonies of cats we feed daily. Food and plates are provided. We need help with trapping, transporting to and from LifeLine in College Park for neuter/spay. We also need help with feeding the colonies. These are our major tasks. Must be over 18 and a car is required.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

East Point College Park Hapeville areaEast PointEast Point, GA 30344

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1 hour approximately for setting, checking on and transporting the 'filled' trap.
  • Requires patience and a love of animals.

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