As of September 13, 2023, we've fixed * 1000 * cats this year! We want to make it 1200 by the end of 2023; this is the time we've got left to make that happen for less fortunate cats. Will you help?
Homeless Animals Relief Project has been notified that $5,000 for the cats' surgery awaits them IF we can raise $5,000 to match it. Over 500 cats can have surgery and professional care with that $10,000! PLEASE donate what you can to help us help these cats. They cannot call you to ask for a donation, we're doing it for them.
Every dollar helps us help these felines live healthier safer and happier lives. Point your camera phone at the QR code to the right to donate right now! Or you can send a check to POB 371, Senatobia, MS 38668. Or you can send money via PayPal if you prefer. Any and all amounts appreciated!
We've been invited to create a Charity Registry at Walmart.com. On the Registry we've listed basic items like cat food, litter, bedding, scratching pads, toys, flea topicals, etc. Visit Walmart.com, click on Registries, click on Spark Good, and enter Homeless Animals Relief Project. Items you choose will be delivered to us and distributed to cats in need, typically those living with the poor who struggle with funds to purchase cat food, etc.
Our thanks to everyone who made it possible for us to fix the 1,000th cat on 9/13/23! Stop to consider how much feline overpopulation and suffering has been prevented in north MS with this many cats fixed! Please donate or volunteer if there is any way you can. There are still so many less fortunate cats who need your help.
Whether you want to volunteer your time, host a fundraiser, or simply spread the word about our work, there are many ways to get involved with Homeless Animals Relief Project. Contact us today at 662-292-0922 to learn more.
This exquisite jeweled artwork was created by Sharon, one of our long time volunteers. She's generously donated it to help cats! Made from those earrings and necklaces and jewelry pieces we've all lost, and lots more fanciful but beloved costume jewelry that was lost or found or donated, this is a stunning addition to your home or business decor. It is just about guaranteed to make you and others smile every time you feast your eyes on it — holidays or not. It measures 18.5" x 22.5" and will attract eyes and admiration wherever it is displayed. Sharon titles it Pear Tree, because it has one pear on it and about 30+ pairs of jewels too.
We'll be offering it up for bidding soon, please BOLO for this treasure and be prepared to make a big generous offer because 100% of the winning bid goes to help cats. Thanks again to Sharon for offering her talents and this labor of love to help less fortunate cats.
Celebrate our canine companions today, August 26, 2023! If you want a dog, check a public shelter first. Remember in the heat of summer all pets must have access to shade & fresh water. MS state law requires that pets have food, water, shelter, and needed medical care. Never leave a pet or person in a car in the summer while you shop or run errands. Too hot for you, too hot for them. Hug a dog today!
This day is meant to raise awareness of issues affecting cats, including health and overpopulation. Celebrate the beauty of cats and take a moment to cuddle with a cat this day. No cat? Volunteer with us or at your local shelter or animal welfare agency.
We've started working on two different large feral and homeless cat colonies who need help. We got 33 cats fixed August 7, 8, but there are more to be done. If you are able to help trap and transport please call 662-292-0922. If you are not able to help, please consider a donation. No cat can choose not to breed, only we can do that for them. These are photos of some of the cats you'll be helping!
Thanks to the volunteers who organized this labor of love to get 25 cats gathered up, herded into carriers ,and transported to surgery! If you've ever tried to get your cat to the vet, you know that can be challenging in itself even when not multiplied by 25! Litters prevented, lives saved, homes more secure now that there will be no litters.
We fix cats fast so our funds go fast. Remember that no cat has ever made the choice not to breed or litter. Only WE can make that choice for them. Please consider a donation to help us stop litters. Most kittens in our area are born outdoors, where their death rate is about 75% (nih.gov) from trauma, predation, and disease. Please help us stop this unimaginable suffering with a donation today. Use Venmo (HARP1), CashAPP ($HARP0922) or pay.homelessanimalsreliefproject.org! Or scroll down for a PayPal link.
Getting ready for anesthesia, surgery, and freedom from breeding!
Working at our favorite clinic, we fixed 24 cats, one of whom required immediate surgery to remove an eye lost to trauma. Our thanks to all the volunteers and one fabulous vet for improving the lives and reducing the overpopulation and suffering of these 24 cats today. Thanks to all who gave to make this freedom and improved health available to these cats!
Patients at our July 9 2023 spay day are recovering!
The Summer Solstice is the longest day of the year; the sun will shine longer today than any other day in the year. For Homeless Animals Relief Project volunteers and cats, we celebrate: It marks a downturn in frequency of female cats' heat cycles, which means breedings & fights to breed will start to decline, and that means fewer litters, less trauma, less sickness as we move into fall and winter. Conversely, at the Winter Solstice in December, those hormones will reawaken and we'll start to see the breeding cycle resume in January, resulting in the annual kitten tsunami every spring and summer.
Enjoy the natural rhythms of Mother Nature! But always fix your cats so they don't have to live and breed in cycles. No cat can make a choice to not litter or fight for breeding rights. Only we can do that for them. Even with solstice cycles, the best day to get your cat's surgery scheduled is today.
Cats live and breed according to nature's cycles. They cannot stop that. Only we can.
Your gift goes to help fix cats and kittens living with the poor, and feral or free-roaming cats. A benefactor pays our modest administrative costs.
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