PACS has identified unchecked cat reproduction as the number one pet problem in South Jersey (actually in the country).  Most of the cruelty endured by cats can be directly attributed to the failure of residents to spay/neuter their cats.  These cats produce litter after litter adding to the surplus numbers of unwanted animals.  Let’s face it; there just aren’t enough homes for all the cats being born.

Our “Cat Lovers Campaign” seeks to interrupt this reproductive cycle of cruelty at its roots; with the first cat or cats in the cat lovers control, before the numbers get out of control.  The program reaches out to residents with unaltered cats, educates them on the importance of spay/neuter and, if necessary, assists them physically and financially.

 

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