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Please voice you opinion against the cruelty and senselessness of euthanizing of healthy cats and dogs

It takes enormous resources to fight put an end to killing of senseless healthy cats and dogs around the nation which is subsidized by the local governments. CCAO is one of the few organizations with the knowledge, experience, and resources to deal with this issue effectively . Why can't government use their resources to adopt more cats and dogs out instead of finding the easy way out and euthanizing them.??

Spay and neutering is one of the many things that can be done to help reduce euthanasia in our world.

Writing to your local congressman on abuse in shelters and making sure that humane treatment is given to these animals.

If you haven't already done so, please consider making a contribution to enable CCAO to continue it's vital work to end euthanasia of health cats and dogs.

Your contribution gives CCAO the ability to help families who cannot afford to spay and neuter their pet allowing them to keep their pet instead of sending them off to a local shelter where their chances of survival is low.


$25: Pays for a grant to help neuter a cat or dog

$50: Pays for a grant to help spay a cat or dog

$100: Purchases 1have a heart traps, to trap feral cats, in order to spay and neuter them and test them for FIV.

 



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