your pet if you have not done so already.
Rescue groups are in need of homes to foster homeless pets until adoption.
others about the importance and benefits of spay/neuter. Assist those in need of guidance or financial help. Direct them to Spay It Forward.
to trap, neuter, and release (TNR) feral cats.
to spay/neuter their pets.
There are MANY great family pets in shelters that are looking for a home.
to Spay It Forward or your local rescue organization.
While Spay It Forward is working to prevent the “unwanted” in the future, we must help those that exist in the present.
Rescue groups take in owner surrenders and abandoned cats and dogs thus preventing them from ever entering animal control. Rescue Groups raise their own funds privately, do not receive government funds and are almost all volunteers. Rescued dogs and cats are spayed/neutered and brought back to health by receiving vaccinations, proper diets and medical attention. Many are treated for malnutrition, heartworms, intestinal worms, fleas, ticks, ear mites, blood parasites, mange and other skin issues including allergies.
Others are also given emergency treatment for Parvo and upper respiratory illnesses and provided surgery for broken bones, hip dysplasia, cruciate ligament disease and internal injuries.
Rescued animals are socialized, given basic obedience and house training. They are loved, rehabilitated, marketed and found responsible, loving homes. These animals are given back to our community as non-reproductive, loving family members who increase the quality of life for their families and do their part to help the local economy through veterinarians, pet stores, boarding facilities, groomers and dog trainers.
Bless our area rescue groups, their volunteers,
and those who support them!
You can become a TNR Volunteer to help with the inhumane overpopulation of feral cats!
TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) is an organized group of volunteers who Trap feral cats, transport them to a clinic for spay or neuter surgery, recover them in a protected environment and release them back into the colony and environment from which they came.
Above is a good, basic video on TNR. It is not all-inclusive but is helpful for “beginners.” Watch the video on the link below BEFORE attempting to trap.
The client, not Spay It Forward, will be responsible for the extra charge.
DO NOT Trap nursing moms. They must be released immediately.
DO NOT Leave Traps in direct sunlight or out in extreme weather.
MAKE SURE YOUR PET IS SPAYED OR NEUTERED!
Donate to Spay It Forward and GIVE TWICE by sending a virtual gift card
that your friend or loved one can use to spay or neuter their furry friend.
Choose from gift cards “made especially for Spay It Forward.”
Spay It ForwardPO Box 1210Concord, NC 28026
Spay It Forward is a 501(c)3 organization established January 1, 2014 in Concord, North Carolina. Our mission is to alleviate the population of unwanted companion animals by providing funds for spay and neuter of pets of low income families and pets otherwise neglected.
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