Our feral cat spay-neuter voucher program has ended for 2014. We need to fundraise and solicit grants to continue the program in 2015. In the interim, please note that we are here to answer any questions you may have regarding feral or stray cats. We will be holding several FREE feral cat spay-neuter days in 2015- please watch our website for the dates of these important days. Continue reading
Last Hope’s wonderful “Fix A Feral” sponsors – Alure Home Improvements – will be donating a free feral spay/neuter voucher to Last Hope for each attendee at their Jan. 17, 18, 19 from 11 am to 4 pm “Design & Planning” Show (1999 Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow) who mentions Last Hope, and an additional free voucher for any of the same attendees purchasing. (You need not do any cat trapping or after care.)
Call 516-442-5873 for more info. Thank you, Alure Home Improvements!
Here are the upcoming “Free Spay-Neuter Dates”:
- January 18th
- February 22nd
- March 22nd
- April 12th
Reservations for the January date being accepted as of Wednesday, January 7th. Call 516–223-6673 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reservations for the February date being accepted on February 7th.
Reservations for the March date being accepted March 7th.
Reservations for the April date being accepted March 28th.
NOTE: The required registration is limited to 4 cats per person and also all cats must be ear-tipped and in a humane trap.
Join us at our annual “Catch of the Day” luncheon to benefit our Fix-A-Feral Program on Sunday, February 8th, 2015 1pm to 5pm at Popei’s, 760 Grand Boulevard, Deer Park, NY. Click the above image for more details and downloadable form. You can also purchase tickets through PayPal using this link.
Pamela Pattwell came to Last Hope on Dec.18th with bags of beautiful cat blankets and fluffy dog beds created by teens during her Dec. 6th Community Service workshop at Massapequa Library’s Central Avenue Branch. The 19 participants cut, stuffed and knotted the fabric; no sewing was needed. While a student in CW Post Library Science Masters Program, Pamela is a trainee at the library. There was so much interest in the craft class that Pamela has a waiting list to hold another session. “Gidget” our Chihuahua loves the blankets and their happy fabrics. Look at the smile on “Gidget’s” face. So does “Bosco” a handsome tabby rescued in Queens. He wasted no time getting comfy in the blanket. Thanks so much to Pamela and your “crafty” students.