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Spay & Neuter Abandoned Cats & Kittens

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Our Mission:
To humanely reduce the overpopulation of homeless cats and kittens by promoting and supporting trap/neuter/return and spay/neuter programs in Central Ohio.



COMMUNITY YARD SALE
MAY 23

Do you want to help spay/neuter cats and kittens and find a home for those unwanted items from your spring cleaning? We have the purrfect answer! Donate these items to SNACK to be included in the Apple Valley Memorial Day community yard sale to be held on Friday, May 23rd from 9 am to 5 pm.

The community yard sale draws people from a wide area who have an appetite for wood furniture, collectibles, hand tools, household items, and recreational items. Clothes and books are less desirable. Contact us via email (info@snackohio.org) by May 18th to make arrangements to deliver your items or if you need help transporting them.

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and come guaranteed to purr!

Read our story to learn about our lives so far.
Print our poster and help spread the word!

WOULDN'T THIS QUILT LOOK
SMASHING ON YOUR BED?




Buy tickets now for $5.00 each.
Only 200 tickets will be sold!

Details here.
IT IS KITTEN SEASON




What should you do if find stray kitties?
Follow these guidelines from Alley Cat Allies.

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Some folks walk to get exercise.
Some walk to see the flora and fauna.
But if you're a cat lover and SNACK enthusiast, you walk to collect cans!


Read our latest update for 2014.

Trap/Neuter/Return in Five Easy Steps


How does TNR work? Click here for a photo essay.

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.
Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead
Fast Facts
  • Most cats who enter our nation's shelter systems don't come out alive. About 7 out of 10 cats who enter the shelters are killed. Nearly 100% of feral cats are killed because they are deemed as unadoptable.
  • More cats die in our nation's shelters and pounds than from any other documented cause. This includes old age and disease.
More Fast Facts
"A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees." Amelia Earhart

We get by with a little help from our friends. Special thanks to:

Fredericktown Veterinary Clinic Alley Cat Allies


Last updated April 17, 2014