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Thanks to the ASPCA, All Animals Matter was awarded a grant in the amount of $5,000 to help with the costs of spaying and neutering feral cats in Chenango County.  AAM has been providing TNR services for the community in effort to lower the feral cat population in the area. This generous grant from the ASPCA has allowed AAM to trap, spay/neuter and return many of the local feral cats which in turn will prevent thousands of unwanted kittens from being born in the next few years.





 


WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!

 
Chenango County is the home to thousands of feral cats. These cats live in neighborhoods in the city of Norwich, in every town and village, as well is in rural areas.  Every spring, these cats are having more unwanted kittens.
 
The most effective way to lower their numbers is to spay and neuter these cats. We have been successful in doing this, but we need your ongoing financial support so that we can try to put a stop to the constant reproduction of feral cats.
 
We are in dire need of donations to help spay and neuter as many feral cats this year as possible. We also need people to help us trap the cats, bring them to the vet clinic to be spayed and neutered, then return them.




 

 
 
 











ONGOING BOTTLE DRIVE

 

The bottle shed is located at


Compassionate Care Veterinary Hospital

198 Grandview Lane, Norwich

 

 

 

 






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