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ARF takes on the feral cat feeding/trapping/release program

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The cat feeding, trapping and release program was originally set up by Joan James who was a long time resident of Boquete.  Upon her departure, Kirsten and Ray Quimby agreed to take over this valuable and necessary program for the community. 

Essentially the goal is to identify feral cats, provide them with food, trap them and have them sterilized and released back into the wild to prevent further breeding.  Currently there are eight feeding stations in the Boquete area which feed more than 100 cats per month. 

In the past six months (as of November 2016) 36 cats have been trapped and sterilized. 

We need your help with donations to keep this program alive.  Donations go towards food, and the sterilization costs ($8 per cat).  Our current need is approximately $300.00 a month for food and we are woefully short of that goal each month. 

We would like to see this program become a thriving and successful arm of the ARF umbrella, and we are hoping you will help us achieve this.

If you would like to make a donation towards this essential program, please note “cat trapping program” when making your donation.

 

ARF is a small non-profit animal organization dedicated to the rescue, care, foster and adoption of the unwanted and neglected animals in Boquete and the surrounding areas.  Please visit our website at http://www.arf-boquete.com/  if you are interested in adopting an animal.  You can also help with the financial support of these animals by clicking here http://www.arf-boquete.com/donate.html 100% of our donations go to the animals.

Our email address is arf.boquete@gmail.com

Please visit and “like” our Facebook page on https://www.facebook.com/ARF-Adopt-Rescue-Foster-Boquete-Panama-260616740779036/

YouTube: Adopt Rescue Foster ARF Boquete Panama

Also, please visit Pets Want Homes if you are interested in adopting an animal on http://www.petswanthomes.com/

 

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This is a thankless job but a much-needed one. The Quimbys deserve our thanks for taking it on. Let's all support this compassionate effort.

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