I really wish I had known how powerful community programs and targeted spay/neuter for owned cats would be in helping control cat overpopulation. After seeing Dr. John Caltibiano of the TEAM Van(In CT) speak in 1998 I was inspired and I felt that he was really on to something good, but it took me 10 years to get my organization on board with owned cat spay/neuter. I wish I had started a program in 2000 vs in 2008. It makes the Cat Community so much easier to handle... We had been doing TNR and active adoption, they didn't move the needle... In 2008 things changed in MA for the better. Things are still busy, but in a different way.
Maddie’s Pet Forum
(So many lifesaving advances! Where do we even start, right??)
The Richmond SPCA won the 3rd place prize for the Impact Award during the Get ‘em Home Challenge!
Richmond SPCA started out with two goals: to increase the adoptions of pets with stays of over 30 days and to make changes that would benefit all pets with long shelter stays going forward. To accomplish this, they created a...See More
Just a reminder that this Wednesday at 2pm EDT we will have a webinar with Community Cats Grants Coordinator Julie Jacobson to talk about the program and how your organization can get matching grants from us. To sign up go to: