Plight of Feral Cats to be Discussed in the Information Fair at Fairview Mall
The predicament of the feral cats will be discussed during an information fair at Fairview Mall on Saturday, which is also National Feral Cat Day.
The organizers of the fair would tell why it is essential for the Niagara communities to support the trap-neuter-return (TNR) programs, which is intended to prevent breeding and lessen the suffering.
The Community Animal Allies of Niagara, Animal Assistance Society of Niagara, Niagara Action for Animals, and Port Colborne Feral Cat Initiative will jointly host the event. The timings of the event are from 9 am to 6 pm.
The main reasons why feral cats are afraid of human beings and no one wants to adopt them are human negligence, failure to sterilize them, and abandonment.
In the event, the people will get to see various trapping demonstrations and feral cat caretakers will discuss the realistic aspects of TNR. The caretakers will talk about the maintenance of feral cat colony with food and shelter.
In the event, the people will also get to know as to how to build a feral cat shelter in order to prevent them from getting ill during winter season.
Besides information fair, Community Animal Allies of Niagara will have CatMOBILE, in which cats and kittens could be adopted inside and the adoption fees would be $50. All animals taking part in the event have been spay/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped.
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