Appeal to help stray cats in our communities


CASCA Hudson (Comité d’Aide et de Secours pour Chats Abandonnés) is turning to the community for help in their search for volunteer assistance. The organization, run solely by volunteers, is dedicated to helping out through its T/N/R program (trap/neuter/release) and finding suitable homes for these creatures of human irresponsibility.

As there is an overpopulation of homeless cats, we are trapping and neutering them to halt their contribution to the gene pool and thereby reduce their suffering.

These cats and kittens are examined by a veterinarian and placed in foster homes where they are socialized with the goal of being adopted into good homes. CASCA pays for the food and medical needs.

Unfortunately, some cats being too feral for adoption are released back to their original, often hostile environment. We are asking people to feed them while we provide sturdy winter quarters.

The average life-span of these cats is usually only five years thanks to our brutal winters.

We are in desperate need of volunteers to fulfill our mission by fostering cats while we organize adoption clinics and find forever homes. If you have a home environment which allows you to foster a cat/kitten while a suitable home is found, please contact:

• Joelle – (450) 458-0121

• Anne – (514) 777-6686

• Christine – (514) 467-2030

Foster families may have a very enriching experience as they become aware of the plight of these desperate animals who have no one else to turn to.

Please help us to help them!

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