Spencerville stray cats project hits milestone
Gus the cat was adopted on Tuesday thanks to the Spencerville and Area TNR Stray Cats Project. Photo: Facebook.
The Spencerville and Area TNR Stray Cats Project has helped 100 cats to date. Spencerville resident and founder of the project Cindy Cere says the major milestone was hit last week.
Cere says the project was started back in November after finding out about stray kittens in the area.
All the cats helped through the project have been sterilized, checked out by a vet and relocated. Cere notes some of the cats are too feral to foster and end up living on farms.
Each cat costs between $100 and $200 to rehabilitate. Cere says the best way to help with the project is to spay or neuter your own cats. Donations are also essential. For more information, visit the Spencerville and Area TNR Stray Cats Project Facebook page.