We didn’t forget the kitties! Harnesslife.org awarded grants for cats throughout the year, then began a more formal application process. In December, we supported New Jersey-based groups focusing on TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return).
In the Spring (prime-time kitten season), we reached out to two well-known cat rescue friends. Then, later in the year we added a feline ♀Spay ♂Neuter Grant to the pledge money we had promised to Rescue Ridge for pulling pups, Onyx, Derby and Murray, into their rescue organization!
These are some of the cats that were spayed/neutered in the Pathway To Hope TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program.
More felines from A Pathway To Hope. Sometimes the trapped cats are very friendly and are adopted into happy forever homes.
Hope accepts our ♀Spay ♂Neuter Grant on behalf of CAPIC Cats; Brendan snoozes in his crate, knowing that all is well.
Beginning in December of 2014, harnesslife.org began a ♀Spay ♂Neuter Grant application process. Word spread that we were providing funds for spay and neuter. We chose to focus on helping NJ-based TNR organizations for this first round of grants. We met and learned about new groups and we re-connected with others that collaborated with us in the past.
Some of the adorable felines that were helped at Final Hope Animal Rescue.
More photos of felines who won’t be making litters at Final Hope Animal Rescue .
North Brunswick Humane Association has multiple TNR sites – here are just some of the cats that they were able to spay/neuter as a result of the HL grant.
A few more of the North Brunswick Humane Association cats. NBHA also provides advice and educational materials to other TNR groups.
Meet the sweet “Z” cats of A Pathway To Hope: Zara, Zazzle, Zena, Ziggy, Zippy and Zeus (no photo) – all beneficiaries.