My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Animal Defense League of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ, USA
I have had multiple cats living with me over the years – all coming from rescue organizations. Although I realized that there were community cats all around, I hadn’t thought about how they lived, who took care of them and if they got neutered/spayed. Since finding out about ADLA, the actual statistics and process of taking care of these cats became clear. ADLA’s community cat program assists people with TNR (trap/neuter/return) of 15,000 cats a year. This seems like a lot but there are more in the community than can be assisted. ADLA works with individuals to assist with the process, finding clinics that will TNR at a high-volume and low cost and then monitoring the colonies after surgery. Cities and Homeowner Associations also work with ADLA to maintain programs that assist their residents with TNR in their neighborhoods. All in all, ADLA has successfully initiated and maintained a solution to a huge problem. I support ADLA and will continue to recommend and support them whenever I can.