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Stray Cats: A community problem with a community solution

(IMG:WPMI) Stray Cats: A community problem with a community solution

One cat can have up to 180 kittens in their lifetime, making it all the more important to get cats spayed and neutered.

In Mobile, even if you just feed a stray, you are taking ownership of that animal. If you are able to take that animal to get fixed, you could be stopping a future feral cat colony in its tracks.

Mobile lacks in subsidized vouchers for low-income people to be able to pay to fix their animals, but there are some veterinarians that will work with customers or provide coupons. Several area vets will do the surgery for $50.

The county shelter does not take cats unless they are sick or injured, leading to an influx of felines in local rescues.

Justine, a beautiful adult cat, was left in a box outside of Project Purr on Cottage Hill just a few months ago. Alone and left overnight, Justine could have easily been killed.

But there are not many options for those who want to give up their cats.

The following local organizations will help you find solutions, or should you want to volunteer, will welcome you with open arms:

AZALEA CITY CAT COALITION
250 St Joseph St, Mobile, AL 36601
Phone: (251) 648-7582
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Azalea-City-Cat-Coalition-165450686834115/

PROJECT PURR
5039 Cottage Hill Rd, Mobile, AL 36609
Phone: (251) 382-6692
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/projectpurral/

MOBILE COUNTY SPCA
Address: 620 Zeigler Cir W, Mobile, AL 36608
Phone: (251) 633-3531

ANIMAL RESCUE FOUNDATION
Address: 6140 Rangeline Rd, Theodore, AL 36582
Phone: (251) 586-5534

MOBILE COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER
Address: 7665 Howells Ferry Rd, Mobile, AL 36618
Phone: (251) 574-3647

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