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Feral Cats Need Help...

Because now “Lesė” is experiencing financial shortcomings, our program “Catch-Neuter-Release” (CNR) is temporarily on hold, but we are still waiting for calls and letters from people, letting us now that there is a cat in need of our help.

Text - The sum of money needed for the yard has already been donated. The catching and neutering of the animals will begin shortly. Thank You very much :)

Text - Not the entire sum needed has been donated yet.

Yard no. 2 We hung up several ads about the CNR program, and though, truthfully, we did not expect anyone to answer, we got a letter from the people of one yard. There is a rather big yard in Uzupio street 7 and a lot of homeless cats can be seen there. We believe that the cats are fed not only by the neighbors but also by the personnel of a store nearby. Just as we entered the yard we saw two cats, but we believe there will be more. A donation of 100-150 LT is needed to begin with the CNR program in this yard.

Yard no. 3 One day, going through a yard, our volunteer Laura noticed so many cats, that she named the whole cat colony “The Harem”. It is safe to say the Harem consists of at least 13 cats. Unfortunately, nobody confessed to be feeding the cats, but we know that so many cats could not survive on their own. Some of the kittens look and feel really poorly and probably will not make it, but at least we could help the grown-up cats by sterilizing them so that they do not have any more kittens, which will most likely get sick and die. Because of the amount of cats in this yard, we fear that one day someone will get fed up with this situation and call the homeless animals catching services, which will only solve the problem temporarily until more cats come to live in this yard. We are still trying to find the people who feed these cats and trying to find the best solution to this problem. We are willing to ask all the people living near this yard to help feed the cats – the food would be provided by us. Also we will hang ads about the benefits of neutering and try to make the lives of these cats easier. For this yard, the donation of  300 LT is needed to begin the program.

Yard no. 4
Basically it is not a yard, but just one cat. The cat lives live somewhere not far from our shelter, but we are not sure where exactly. We even put a collar on him, asking the person feeding the cat to contact us, but unfortunately nobody answered. The cat comes to us for food quite often. He is very nice, but also very shabby looking. We hope that by raising money for the neutering we could even bring the cat into our shelter and see if he fits in. The cat is very beautiful - he has long, red hair. Even if the cat would not fit in our shelter the  neutering would minimize the risk of cat fights, because now we see that the cats’ body is full of wounds from fights with cats and other animals. We believe the cat is being fed somewhere but we also feed him in our shelter. The donation needed for the neutering of the cat is 40 LT.

Yard no. 5 [pictures 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] Today I had the opportunity to be in the stud farm where my dad rides. During the competition that was being held there I witnessed him win first place in his age group. To be honest, I did not see so much of the competition because I was walking around and looking for homeless cats and asking the people working there about the situation of these cats (professional disease of a volunteer :) What I found out was: there are 4 female cats living there that are old enough to have kittens, 4 male cats and 3 kittens. One of the kittens found his home today J and for the others I will try to find homes as soon as possible.  The big cats really feel good in this stud farm; they are being fed and taken care of, but they also need to be neutered. The neutering is needed in order to prevent the cats from breeding. The donation needed for the procedure is 360 LT.

Yard no. 6 (Daivos letter) In the yard of Mulūnų street 3 there are 5 cats living. The cats are fed by the people living nearby, but they live on the street. The cats sit on windowsills, cars; drag trash from the trash bin, the smell of these cats is scent when you open the door. Neighbors let their pets hang out in the yard not thinking about the danger and consequences of such actions. We would appreciate it if these cats would be disease free, couldn’t mark their territory and would not be able to breed. In order to help, the donation of  200-250 LT is needed.

In the nearest time we will try to photograph these animals or at least some of them.

There are a lot of similar stories and these news will be updated regularly.

If You want to make a donation to these animals:

The bank account number for the neutering program: LT65 7044 0600 0618 6558 (SEB bank, SWIFT code (BIC) CBVILT2X)

Don’t forget to specify what the donation is for.

We thank You very much in advance!

Posted: 2009-08-27
News ID: 2683
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