The city of Mississauga, Toronto's neighbour to the West, has a goal. That goal is to reduce and eventually eliminate the stray cats in the city - and they need your help to do it. The Mississauga Humane Society is currently participating in an Aviva Community Fund ideas competition, hoping to win up to $50,000 to help homeless cats and kittens. They've reached the second qualifying round, which will run until November 4th, and need plenty more votes to get them through. With an estimated 20,000 stray cats in the city, the MHS would like support for their Trap, Neuter, Return program, which neuters and spays feral cats before returning them to their outdoor homes. Kittens are vetted, socialized and found forever homes. The Mississauga Humane Society is run completely by volunteers and they need your help to save the city's cats! Click here to learn more and vote.
October 30, 2013