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To deliver humane sterilization and vaccination services for the health and population control of feral cats in Massachusetts. Vision Statement Ã¢Â Â¢ To reduce the number of feral cats in Massachusetts through non-lethal methods; Ã¢Â Â¢ To minimize the suffering of un-owned cats; Ã¢Â Â¢ To reduce the numbers of unwanted cats; Ã¢Â Â¢ To end the euthanasia of healthy animals; Ã¢Â Â¢ To provide services to cats who would otherwise not receive veterinary care. Ancillary Benefits Ã¢Â Â¢ To protect communities from spread of diseases, such as rabies, by providing vaccinations; Ã¢Â Â¢ To eliminate unpleasant feline behaviors associated with mating instincts; Ã¢Â Â¢ To influence public policy makers with regards to issues concerning cats, including feral cats; Ã¢Â Â¢ To foster responsible cat ownership/guardianship with people who have cats in their household so that the numbers of feral cats can be reduced from the source; Ã¢Â Â¢ To change negative public attitudes about the presence of feral cats in the community.
Limited Service Veterinary Clinic This program focuses on providing humane sterilization for feral cats and other domestic, free-roaming, un-owned felines who would not otherwise receive veterinary care. Cats admitted to each clinic will receive vaccinations in accordance with state regulations as well as selected other health care services based on the criteria outlined in the Commonwealth Cats, Inc. Ã¢Â Â Extra Surgery and Care Policy.Ã¢Â Â Clinic events will be held at varying locations in Massachusetts, either at sponsoring veterinary practices or at suitable non-veterinary locations when appropriate equipment and supplies can be secured.
- Sharlene Sallet
- (508) 303-3806
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