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Humane trap/neuter/return (TNR) programs save the lives of countless community cats — feral, stray and free-roaming cats — throughout Georgia. In addition to reducing the number of cats killed in shelters, TNR is the only proven and effective way to reduce the population of community cats. But now, the Georgia Department of Agriculture may be considering a change in policy that could prohibit animal shelters, rescue groups, animal control officers, and others from continuing this lifesaving work.
Could you spare a few minutes to speak up for cats? With a few clicks of your mouse, you can email Governor Nathan Deal and Georgia Department of Agriculture officials and urge them to endorse TNR. You’ll find more information and easy-to-use tools on the Best Friends Animal Advocacy Center site.
Let Governor Nathan Deal and Department of Agriculture officials know that you are among many concerned Georgia citizens who support sound community cat care, and that you would appreciate them writing clear policy that supports trap/neuter/return.
Thank you for speaking up for the animals. Each act of kindness brings us one step closer to No More Homeless Pets®.