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Spay N Play

Spay N Play

 

 

In an ongoing effort to promote responsibility and to stop suffering, Big Cat Rescue is pleased to present our international Spay and Play program.  Bring us an original receipt, from your vet, showing that you spayed or neutered a pet, or a receipt from an animal shelter showing that you adopted a spayed or neutered pet, within the past year,  and get a FREE PASS for our day tour.  That is a $29.00 value!  If you are the kind of person who cares enough to protect your pet, or feral cats, from over population and all the horrors that go with it, then you are the kind of people that we want to meet.  So fix a pet and bring us proof (the receipt, not the cat) and we will give you a tour that you will be talking about for years.  See Day Tours for times.

 

Think you want to have just one litter first?  Think again:

 

From just allowing one litter of four, you are responsible for a minimum of 52 more cats in just 14 months!   There is no safe place for all these cats to go.  Tens of thousands are killed every year.  Be a part of the solution, not the problem.

 

Spay or Neuter your pet, and then come Play with some of our big cats.

 

If you are a Veterinarian, a shelter employee or a pet rescue organization you can print out the posters below that lets your clients know that their receipt for spaying or neutering OR adopting a pet that was spayed or neutered gets them in to see our big cats for free. The receipt should be dated within the last year. That is all they have to bring.

 

The No More Homeless Pets coalition is a movement that is sweeping the nation.  In almost every place in the country you can find rescue groups working together now to end euthanasia of healthy dogs and cats in shelters by promoting low cost and free spaying and neutering projects.  Visit No More Homeless Pets of Hillsborough County to see if you qualify for free or low cost altering of your pet. If you are not a resident of Hillsborough County, FL then try asking your local Animal Control if they have a low income voucher program or if they can recommend a low cost clinic.

 

Low Cost Spay & Neuter for Those Qualified

 

The No More Homeless Pets coalition is a movement that is sweeping the nation.  In almost every place in the country you can find rescue groups working together now to end the killing of healthy dogs and cats in shelters by promoting low cost and free spaying and neutering projects.

 

Visit Hillsborough County Animal Services to see if you qualify for low cost altering of your pet. If you are not a resident of Hillsborough County, FL then try asking your local Animal Control if they have a low income voucher program or if they can recommend a low cost clinic.

 

 

Help Stop The Killing of 50,000 Pets!

 

San Antonio’s animal control facility (the pound) kills more stray, lost, and orphaned animals per capita than any other major city in the country — nearly 50,000 dogs, cats, puppies and kittens killed each year.

 

Nothing will change without appropriate leadership! San Antonio must hire an Administrator who is experienced in no-kill sheltering. San Antonio needs an Administrator who will lead the way to decrease the number of animals entering the pound; ensure humane treatment of animals who do end up there, and increase the number of animals adopted out to good homes.

 

Please lend your support to this letter-writing campaign by writing to city officials in San Antonio and please pass a request along to your family and friends!

 

One click is all it takes to send an email message to all the city officials.

 

See http://www.boycott-satx.com

 

 

Find out your Animal Shelter’s policies and ask if they are involved with No More Homeless Pets in an attempt to end the killing of healthy dogs and cats.

 

“Come quick, come quick,” their mother said,
“The time is getting near.”
She feels that when the kittens come,
The children should be here.

She told them that a big orange Tom
Took “Kitty” as his wife.
“It’s wonderful, a gift from God,
The miracle of life.”

At half a year young “Kitty”
Feels too painful and too scared
To appreciate six miracles,
Blind-eyed and yellow haired.

But she knows these lives depend on her
And nature tells her how.
And as she cleans them, children ask,
“Mom, can we go now?”

But now and then for six more weeks
The children visit her to play
With six new magic toys
Made of life and fur.

The six weeks pass, the newness gone,
And new homes yet unfound,
Mom bundles up six miracles
And takes them to the pound.

Where lovingly, with gentle hands,
And no tears left to cry,
The shelter workers kiss them once,
and take them off to die.

And “Momma Kitty” now she’s called
Mourns her loss and then,
She’s put outside, and of course,
She’s pregnant once again.

Dad tells “Kitty,” “STOP THIS NOW,
Or you wont live here long!
But deep inside of Momma Cat,
This time something’s wrong.

Too young, too small, too often bred,
Now nature’s gone awry,
Momma Kitty feels it too,
And she crawls off to die.

She too is freed from this cruel world,
And from her time of strife.
How harsh the truth, how high the price,
This “Miracle of Life?”

–By Barry Taylor, DVM