In 2011, a number of local cat rescues were invited by the City of Toronto to join the Toronto Feral Cat Coalition, to build a Trap/Neuter/Return program for the City's feral cats. Since then, spearheaded by Toronto Street Cats, volunteers and veterinary professionals, together with trappers from all over the region, gather at the Toronto Humane Society facility to spay and neuter anywhere from 40-60 feral cats, one evening per month. This group of dedicated volunteers now manages the 400+ cat colonies in the city. This video showcases the prep and post surgery work, that has resulted in the Coalition's successful spaying and neutering of 4000+ cats in five short years. Incredible progress - well done all!
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