Alley Cat Allies Helps Fort Bend County Embrace Trap-Neuter-Return
2 years ago - By Alley Cat
Sheldon Cortez: ACO, Rene Vasquez: Director of Ft. Bend Animal Services , Alice Burton, Alley Cat Allies, and Barbara Vass: Community Involvement Coordinator
Fort Bend County, Texas, has joined hundreds of other communities around the nation that provide lifesaving Trap-Neuter-Return programs for community cats. Alley Cat Allies was there when the County Commissioners adopted the ordinance in June. We returned to the county in July to create programs to ensure Fort Bend's success with TNR.
The new ordinance allows community cats brought to the local animal shelter to be returned to their...
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