|The Nobody's Cats Foundation, PO Box 725, New Cumberland, PA 17070-0725
|Mission: Promote adoption of Trap Neuter Return as the preferred|
|strategy for humanely managing and reducing free-roaming cat |
populations in south central Pennsylvania.
|Organizational Goal and Strategies: Reduce existing unaltered free-|
|roaming domestic feline populations by 80 percent in south central |
Pennsylvania by 2022.
|Nobody’s cats are everybody’s cats.
|The Nobody’s Cats Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that promotes the adoption of Trap Neuter Return (TNR) as the preferred
strategy for humanely stabilizing and reducing free-roaming domestic feline populations in eight south-central Pennsylvania counties (Adams,
Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry, and York). Its strategies include creating a culture of ownership of free-roaming cat
colonies, encouraging owner caretakers to implement benchmarked TNR standards of care, and providing a high volume of spay/neuter surgeries
through a dedicated surgery clinic for free-roaming cats.
The official registration and financial information of The Nobody's Cats Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by
calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
|SPECIAL THANKS to Myers Floors and Interiors of Littlestown for installing
hospital-grade, seamless vinyl flooring in our new surgery suite! The folks at Myers
are long-time supporters of spay/neuter programs in our area and we are proud
that they want to play a role in our clinic. http://www.myersfloors.net/
|We're moving forward with our surgery clinic!
Most all of our equipment has arrived and
been installed, including washer and dryer,
refrigerator, surgery and work tables, surgery
lighting, and cabinetry. We've welcomed Amy
Wagner as our clinic manager and have begun
the interviewing process for our professional
veterinary staff. Meanwhile, a number of local
vets and techs have agreed to help us out
with a few small clinics so we can be sure
we've crossed all the t's and dotted all the i's.
Our food bank will open in June conjunction
with our first dry and canned cat food drive
and we've started loaning traps for TNRers
using other services in the area. Keep posted!
3909 Hartzdale Dr. Suite 905
Camp Hill, PA
|Special THANKS to LH Brubaker and Roger Fletcher for
significant savings on our appliance purchases!
|Closer every day to making it happen: our surgery tables, surgery lighting
and prep tables are ready to go. Next up: installation and testing of
anesthesia machines, preparation of surgery tool packs and scheduling of
volunteer and sub contract vets and techs to start "beta" testing our
systems and processes.
|Volunteer Peter van der Meij, who has helped with many
construction projects over the past few months, puts the
final touches on our surgery suite workstation and cabinets.