Fixin the HOMELESS cats of the MS GULF coast

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VOLUNTEER TODAY

We are all Volunteers helping to reduce the number of unwanted animals along the Mississippi Gulf Coast

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COUPONS/VOUCERS

Coupons and Vouchers - we distribute shelter and rescue coupons for Affordable Spay/Neuter for Pets

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Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) - Community Cats

Trap, Spay/Neuter, Return of Community/Feral/Homeless Cats 

About Us

An all volunteer organization raising AWARENESS & HELPING TO SOLVE THE PET OVERPOPULATION ON THE COAST.

 We need your help.  Please identify "cat colonies" or areas of "community cats".  Please refrain from posting such information on public social media sites.  Simply email our Cat Colony Coordinator at help@fixinthecoast.org and put CAT COLONY in the subject line.

AFFORDABLE SPAY/NEUTER VOUCHERS AND COUPONS FOR PETS.

Keeping you up to date on the most recent coupon and voucher programs available.  We share and mail coupons and vouchers from our local shelters and rescues.

TRAP/SPAY/NEUTER/ RETURN - Reducing the community cat population one spay/neuter at a time.  Community Cats deserve life.   People are the reason for such a huge growth in homeless cats.  The simple solution is to spay/neuter all pets, yet most do not - we find solutions.  

  

When unfixed cats are allowed to roam free, they find a way to "meet" other unfixed cats and breed.  Cats can also become lost or left behind when someone moves.  This gives rise to a colony or community of homeless (aka feral) cats, that breed frequently.


The cycle grows stronger each year, making cat colonies larger and larger.   Many sustain life on simple insects; others are provided food by caring individuals at their colony.


Our solution is to offer "Trapping Services" to reduce the number of cats breeding.   We use only humane live traps and return the cats to the original location they were trapped from - after all, that is their home.  The trapped friendly cats and very young kittens are brought into foster care, for eventual adoption after receiving proper vet care, including sterilization.