Tucson, Arizona 2021-06-14 08:48:10 –
Tucson, Arizona (KGUN) — Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) We accept about 8,000 cats and kittens each year.
“Currently, there are 119 cats on the premises. Many of these cats are kittens or have medical needs,” said Monica Dangler, Interim Director of the Pima Animal Care Center.
The warm weather in Arizona encourages cats to breed all year round. PACC wants to help control it and can do it through contraceptive castration or contraceptive castration surgery.
“We are currently funding about 2,500 surgeries in the community and want to improve their capabilities so that we can work with pets, especially those who love and care for cats in the community. You can keep it, “says Dangler.
PACC wants to hire its own veterinary team to help cat spies and neutrals found on the streets. In the past, shelters have been assisted by outside clinics. Dangler said the more surgery they had in-house, the better they would be.
“We want to bring in at least 3,000 more people, but we may be capable of bringing in thousands more,” Dangler said.
“Program known as”Trap-Newter-Return, ”Requires approval from the Pima County Supervisory Board to fund new positions. Until then, Mr. Dangler said there was a way for the community to start helping.
“If you have community cats in or around your neighborhood, please contact PACC. Let us know. We can provide traps and help those cats with contraceptive neutering,” Dangler said. Said.
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