Monday, June 16, 2014

New York's Cat Protection bill needs your support

Lobby for Animals

Community Cats
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New York’s Animal Population Control Program (APCP) is successfully helping communities manage homeless animal populations by funding spay/neuter for pets of low-income residents.

Unfortunately, programs that help feral—or “community”—cats by humanely trapping, spaying or neutering, and then vaccinating before returning these cats safely back to their neighborhoods are currently ineligible to receive these life-saving funds.   

Thanks to advocates like you, the New York State Assembly has passed critical legislation that would remedy this by allowing APCP funds for Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs across Upstate New York and Long Island. In order for this bill to become law, we urgently need your help encouraging the Senate to pass it before the New York Legislature adjourns for the year on Thursday!

What You Can Do

Community cats are counting on you! Please visit the ASPCA Advocacy Center today to contact your state senator in Albany and ask him or her to vote yes on this critical bill before the end of session.

Thank you for acting fast, New York!

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