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Managing feral cat colonies

Published June 14. 2010 05:00PM

Thanks to the work of volunteers, Lynn and Kietryn, The Eastern Pennsylvania Animal Alliance is pleased to introduce a new section on its website devoted exclusively to feral and free-roaming cats.

Whether you are a concerned individual, or community leader, you can learn what EPAA is doing to help those who manage feral cat colonies, and how EPAA can help you start your own TNR program. Find out what resources are available to you regarding funding for spay/neuter, trap rentals, and a listing of trappers who can help with TNR in your area.

Links on its site can connect you to other related organizations, and there is even a section of "how to" instructional videos covering topics such as setting and baiting traps, handling of feral cats, returning ferals following spay/neuter, and much more.

It is a source of information that can provide answers to almost any question relative to feral and free-roaming cats.

To access the information, open the website, and look for Free-Roaming Cats under the navigation menu.

The Eastern Pennsylvania Animal Alliance is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing low-cost spay neuter services. I

ts clinic in Brodheadsville is open Monday through Friday.

For information or to schedule an appointment, call (570) 994-5846, or arrange to have your organization set up a spay/neuter day with its mobile unit. Contact by e-mail at .

The clinic is located on Route 209, Brodheadsville in the Rainbow Plaza shopping area.

EPAA is celebrating its first anniversary.

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