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Honor the Memory of a Feline Friend
by sponsoring a Cat-a-Van “Forever Home Transport Carrier”
Did you know…..that FixNation not only offers free spay & neuter services for homeless “community cats” (and discounted rates for pet cats), it also transports tame and healthy “red-listed” kitties to destinations seeking adoptable critters? Red-listed felines are shelter cats doomed to be euthanized within 24 hours. The FixNation Cat-a-Van program is literally the last hope for these cats.
You can help support this exciting new program by sponsoring a Forever Home Transport Carrier. Each carrier can be …
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Start your pet’s year right! Get your Male Cat fixed for just $20 this January because unplanned litters create millions of pets with no place to call home. Happy Neuter Year! Funded by PetSmart Charities.
Make your reservation TODAY! Click here to complete the application and be sure to mention “Happy Neuter Year” or “HNY” in the notes to be eligible for the promotion.
NOTE: Not available to rescue or foster cats.
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FixNation continues to deliver free shelters to colony caregivers who submitted the winning stories to our contest in honor of National Feral Cat Day. The shelters were built by FixNation staff and volunteers, lovingly customized with a personal message for the colony, and is accompanied by a bottle of Jackson Galaxy’s Spirit Essences Feral Flower Formula.
Even in Los Angeles, where winters are typically mild, managed colonies need refuge from rains and cold temperatures. These simple shelters are providing comfort for community cats and supporting the tireless caregivers who feed and advocate for them every …
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If your new kitten came from the shelter or a reputable rescue organization, then he or she will already have been sterilized, but there are still many ways that loving individuals come to adopt unfixed kittens – through Craigslist, acquaintances, a box in front of the grocery store, or a kitten that appears in your yard. For these cats, which likely come from unplanned litters, it’s up to adopters to stop the cycle of births through spay/neuter and also to provide their cats with the best care possible.