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We are in need of volunteers to help with our Trap Neuter & Release (TNR) program. This program involves trapping and transporting community cats to certain vets, picking the cats up later that day, keeping the cats overnight to monitor them, and taking the cats back to their original location the following day. An experienced volunteer will go out with each new volunteer to train them. Trappers will be given some traps for them to keep and use and will be responsible for keeping track of their numbers for each cat. Volunteers can keep track of their mileage and write this off on their taxes.
215 W. Market Street, New Albany, IN 47150, US
To educate the community in the humane treatment of animals and responsible and enjoyable pet ownership. To reduce the number of unwanted animals in Floyd County. To assist and support the New Albany - Floyd County Animal Shelter.
The Floyd County Animal Rescue League has been working to protect the animals of Floyd County since it was established 25 years ago. The Rescue League has helped thousands of people afford to have their animals altered, provided educational programs and materials to area schools, volunteered tens of thousands of hours at the shelter and special events, and directly assisted hundreds of animals in need. FCARL has also raised and contributed over $400,000 toward the construction of the new animal shelter building, and worked with City and County governments to plan and implement that project.
We'll work with your schedule.
PO Box 285New AlbanyNew Albany, IN 47150
March 15, 2019