Pet Project Rescue was able to spay or neuter 48 cats to better control the euthanasia and overpopulation problems in the Twin Cities.
Minneapolis- Did you know that in a span of seven years, one female cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 kittens, leading to feline overpopulation in urban areas and, consequently, a high rate of adoptable kittens being euthanized at animal shelters??!! (How’s that for a factoid!)
Organizations like Pet Project Rescue help play a critical role in preventing cat overpopulation from happening in their community. Pet Project Rescue strives to reduce the population of homeless cats—thereby reducing the number of euthanized shelter cats—by conducting spaying and neutering programs for free. Through a partnership with the Minnesota Spay Neuter Assistance Program, Pet Project Rescue spays and neuters stray, feral, and free-roaming cats at no charge.