I support this wonderful Organization on social media. Organizations like this need to be supported! I appreciate the free tips, the beautiful pictures of animals and a great and caring Team.
With a Bengal and six rescue cats at home, I appreciate the practical advice and posts of the Cat Network.
your easy to read/ understand tips are always very useful, thank you guys !!
Very helpful for me and my fur baby Isabelle. Gives us helpful tips for a happy kitty and a happy life.
I don't have enough words to thank the cat Network for everything they do. You guys are great, God bless your heart!
Continue with the good work that you have placed in the hearts of so many innocent animals. Saving lives and finding homes for them in the same light are a blessings on their own.
One day I noticed a couple kittens near my work. I followed them and found out there were many strays living behind the buildings. Each week I trapped a few and took them to get spayed and neutered. As a Cat Network member I was able to use the mobile unit or a participating vet with the certificate. Without this organization there is no way I could have spayed/neutered the number of I did. Thank You Cat Network...
Without The Cat Network, Miami Dade County residents would not have the opportunity to help stray and feral cats like they do due to this organization. This organization helps residents with low cost spay and neuter. Without them, I could never have afforded to help as many innocent lives as I have done. THANK YOU Cat Network.
The Cat Network works tirelessly to be the advocate of cats, especially strays or ferals. Without their devotion and determination to educate the public, people would continue to ignore or worse harm these innocent animals that are homeless through no fault of their own. Regardless of what people may think about TNR, the Cat Network is trying to be a positive force to reduce cat overpopulation & homelessness. They foster and adopt out as many cats as they can to loving, responsible, permanent homes.
Because of the Cat Network, I learned about trapping feral & stray kitties. South Florida is notorious for the over population of strays & the lack of empathy from our politicians towards animals. The Cat Network & the Meow Mobile have filled a huge gap in bonding these poor animals with an animal-loving community through the humane practice of T-N-R & their vast resource of fosters.