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Review for Cat Network, Inc., Miami, FL, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

I originally joined Cat Network in 1998 when a stray mom cat came into my yard and had her kittens. By joining Cat Network, I was able to sterilize the mom and kittens and find homes for the kittens through the CN adoption program. It was great to find them good homes and I enjoyed meeting and talking to potential adopters and all the other foster parents. I volunteered to help with a TNR project at the local college where over 300 cats were living and reproducing. Now, I sterilize 100+ cats per year and find homes for about 60 of them. Cat Network is making a huge difference in Miami-Dade County. They offer many solutions to otherwise desperate homeowners with cats and kittens in their neighborhoods by providing low-cost spay/neuter, loaning traps & carriers, providing adoption venues and most importantly educating the public on TNR.

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Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

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Role:  Volunteer

Review for Cat Network, Inc., Miami, FL, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Cat Network has assisted me in finding good homes for many orphaned & abandoned cats and kittens. They have great resources such as an informative website, social media groups and partnerships with PetsMarts and Pet Supermarkets in the Miami area. They also assist elderly and disabled citizens in Miami when they need a cat trapped and transported to the vet and they provide low-cost spay and neuter certificates for everyone. Cat Network has done a wonderful job in controlling an out-of-control problem throughout Miami-Dade County.

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Because of Cat Network, I have found homes for many abandoned cats. I've also been able to spay and neuter all the cats in my neighborhood.

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About every week

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Role:  Volunteer & I have been a foster mom and I help with trapping and sterilizing stray cats.