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Los Angeles needs more spay/neuter for cats.

Our hearts break seeing homeless kittens, and neglected cats on the streets who deserve as much love as the ones we cherish in our homes. We are here to take a stand for cats in Los Angeles, and to support affordable spay/neuter to end the Cat Crisis in Los Angeles.

Help us fund a spay/neuter trailer to provide affordable services to the cats of Los Angeles.

There are too many homeless cats and kittens on the streets of L.A. Luckily, there are a lot of cat lovers eager to help. However, besides our friends at FixNation, there are not very many options in terms of affordable spay/neuter for cats. We hope to change that by funding this live-saving project to help decrease the amount of homeless cats and kittens. 

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Save homeless kitte​ns by preventing them:

There is a Cat Crisis in Los Angeles. There are thousands, if not millions of cats living on the streets of L.A. This happened due to a combination of human neglect and the cat's natural prolific breeding. Thousands of cats and kittens end up in the shelters where they are then killed simply because there are too many of them. No, Los Angeles is NOT a "no-kill" city. At least, not yet...

The solution to this heart-breaking problem is spaying/neutering all the cats we can. This prevents the homeless cat population from becoming worse and helps us find quality homes for the cats that need them. The only way to fix this is with help from volunteers, the community, and implementing large-scale spay/neuter programs.

Learn more by watching our documentary:

Cat Crisis in Los Angeles

Over 3,000 cats and kittens were killed in Los Angeles in 2019, and the problem is getting worse. Learn how TNR (Trap Neuter Return) is the effective and human method for controlling cat populations. The cats of Los Angeles need our help now more than ever - watch to learn how you can support them.

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