Partnerships help CCAP get cats and kittens off the street
In August, SAFCC teamed up with Community Cat Crusaders in Converse to TNR four adult cats and kittens. The kittens were friendly but sick and were placed with a CCAP foster and treated for giardia. Once healthy, they were transferred to the Austin Humane Society to be adopted out to loving homes.
In mid August, SAFCC teamed up with the Lytle Animal Shelter, which had taken in a friendly female 8-week-old kitten born with several birth defects. T
his kitten is otherwise healthy, loving and fearless and will undergo amputation of her rear left leg, which developed an almost a 180-degree twist. She will also have surgery for a missing eye. The Lytle Animal Shelter was kind enough to sponsor her surgery and a CCAP foster is making sure she receives all the love and care she needs until she is ready for adoption.
It certainly takes a village to help the cats in our community. If you want to support the work our Community Cat Adoption Program does, you can donate