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RESCUE PARTNERS


Throughout the city of Boston there is a population of feral and abandoned cats suffering homeless lives. Boston’s Forgotten Felines are a group of dedicated volunteers who feed, TNR (trap, neuter, return), and rehome friendly cats. They believe education is the key to decrease and one day prevent animals from being homeless. Stop the Cycle: Spay / Neuter your pets and please stop abandoning them.

Throughout the city of Boston there is a population of feral and abandoned cats suffering homeless lives. Boston’s Forgotten Felines are a group of dedicated volunteers who feed, TNR (trap, neuter, return), and rehome friendly cats. They believe education is the key to decrease and one day prevent animals from being homeless. Stop the Cycle: Spay / Neuter your pets and please stop abandoning them.

The focus of Charles River Alleycats is on Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) of "free-roaming" (feral, lost, stray) cats because they believe that the way to address the overpopulation problem is to reduce the supply of kittens and cats into the system. CRA will both help cat owners sterilize their cats and work with the caretakers of free-roaming, un-owned cats to get them sterilized. Their core volunteers help feral colonies needing assistance and link up low income cat owners with reduced fee spay/neuter services. They have strong relationships with rescue facilities across the Greater Boston Area to place friendly and adoptable stray cats and kittens. Charles River Alleycats is making a difference, one neighborhood at a time.

The focus of Charles River Alleycats is on Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) of "free-roaming" (feral, lost, stray) cats because they believe that the way to address the overpopulation problem is to reduce the supply of kittens and cats into the system. CRA will both help cat owners sterilize their cats and work with the caretakers of free-roaming, un-owned cats to get them sterilized. Their core volunteers help feral colonies needing assistance and link up low income cat owners with reduced fee spay/neuter services. They have strong relationships with rescue facilities across the Greater Boston Area to place friendly and adoptable stray cats and kittens. Charles River Alleycats is making a difference, one neighborhood at a time.

Forgotten Felines of Maine raises awareness of the plight of free-roaming cats by promoting and expanding humane methods for the care of these cats. They support the efforts of caretakers humanely caring for feral, stray, homeless and abandoned cats by: - Educating the public about ways that cats and people can live peacefully together - Providing materials, training and advice on Trap, Neuter, and Return (TNR) - Assisting caretakers in the management of cat colonies by providing food & shelters - Providing free humane traps for TNR - Providing spay/neuter services for these cats - Uniting with other like-minded organizations to affect change and support compassion toward cats

Forgotten Felines of Maine raises awareness of the plight of free-roaming cats by promoting and expanding humane methods for the care of these cats. They support the efforts of caretakers humanely caring for feral, stray, homeless and abandoned cats by:
- Educating the public about ways that cats and people can live peacefully together
- Providing materials, training and advice on Trap, Neuter, and Return (TNR)
- Assisting caretakers in the management of cat colonies by providing food & shelters
- Providing free humane traps for TNR
- Providing spay/neuter services for these cats
- Uniting with other like-minded organizations to affect change and support compassion toward cats

Stray Pets in Need of MA, Inc. (SPIN) was formed in 1991 to promote the well-being of animals and responsible human/animal relationships. For years, SPIN has proudly partnered with Pet World in Natick to run the Kitty City Adoption Center. Each year over 400 animals are placed in new, carefully selected adoptive homes.The Center has adopted out 8,380 cats and kittens to new homes to date!

Stray Pets in Need of MA, Inc. (SPIN) was formed in 1991 to promote the well-being of animals and responsible human/animal relationships. For years, SPIN has proudly partnered with Pet World in Natick to run the Kitty City Adoption Center. Each year over 400 animals are placed in new, carefully selected adoptive homes.The Center has adopted out 8,380 cats and kittens to new homes to date!