The 2018 hurricane season has been extraordinarily active in parts of the U.S., with Hurricane Florence currently impacting millions in the Carolinas. As this natural disaster unfolds, the staff here at VolunteerMatch is doing its part to ensure that, if you are in an affected community, you are prepared and safe. And if you are looking to help with disaster relief efforts, you know about the most effective ways to contribute.
The Safe Cat Network, Inc.The Safe Cat Network, Inc.
We strive to end cat overpopulation from unwanted litters in the Reading area through collaborative, low-cost spay/neuter programs, education to implement Trap-Neuter-Return for feral cats and assistance in sterilization of all cats. Read more
We strive to end cat overpopulation from unwanted litters in the Reading area through collaborative, low-cost spay/neuter programs, education to implement Trap-Neuter-Return for feral cats and assistance in sterilization of all cats.
Safe Cat Network, Inc. assists feral cat caregivers with low cost options for spay/neuter. We provide education to caregivers about feral cats and how to care for them. We also construct winter shelters for ferals. We transport feral cats to spay/neuter clinics and provide pre and post surgical care for them if caregivers cannot do this themselves before the cats are released back to their caregiver's location.
Safe Cat Network is genuine and helpful. Lynn is generous with information, encouragement, and direction. She coached us through a feral cat's pregnancy and spaying/tipping/and vaccination. She is doing great work in Berks County while educating and inspiring the rest of us to be a part of the solution. She is an expert who truly cares.
by Jen F. from Wyomissing, PA
Safe Cat Network provides a much needed service here in Berks County. With almost 6,000 cats euthanized last year at our local shelter, we need to spay and neuter as many cats as possible to end the needless killings. Trap-Neuter-Return works and allows the cats to live out their lives in nature where they already exist. Lynn is a valuable resource in our community and am so thankful we have her as an advocate for the cats!