Free program working to reduce West Columbia’s homeless cats

Posted on April 8, 2014 

C. ALUKA BERRY — caberry@thestate.com Buy Photo

West Columbia residents: Did you know that there’s a way to reduce the number of homeless cats in your neighborhood?

The Safe Cats Coalition is made up of individuals dedicated to reducing the number of stray and free-roaming cats within the West Columbia city limits. Their mission is to trap, vaccinate, spay/neuter and return (TNR) free-roaming and stray or community cats within the West Columbia city limits. This is a free service, but donations are more than welcome.

If you would like to use this service for cats in the West Columbia city limits, call (803) 543-6335 or email safecatscoalition@gmail.com. A volunteer will arrange for a time to trap the cats, transport them to Pets Inc., where they will be vaccinated, spayed or neutered, ear-tipped and returned.

Safe Cats Coalition also needs volunteers and donations to help carry out their mission. Please call (803) 543-6335 or email safecatscoalition@gmail.com if you would like to get involved.

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