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23 July 2000 Issue

Feral Cat Assistance
Information provided by: [email protected]

If you're one of the folks who feeds the local alley cats, thanks for being a good neighbor! Now you can do MORE for the cats and we'll pay you to do it! Did you know that you can humanely trap them so they can be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, cared for while healing up and returned to their freedom. Thus we can control the proliferation of feral cats...Until a more perfect solution appears. Then, you can enter to win a "Grand" in cat care equipment donated by ACES, just for doing the right thing.

The cats will stop breeding, so much of their "nuisance" behavior (like howling, roaming, fighting and spraying) will stop, too. The cats will be healthier, and fewer kittens will die from hunger and preventable diseases. How?

Send us your spay/neuter receipts at the address below. Receipts must be legible and accompanied by your name, address, phone and email. Receipts must be dated from now until September 1, 2000. There's no limit to the number of entries you may submit. The winner will be chosen in a random drawing on November 1, 2000.

(Alley Cat Allies is a national non-profit organization dedicated to helping stray and feral (wild) cats by controlling their population WITHOUT killing them).

Special thanks to ANIMAL CARE EQUIPMENT & SERVICES who donated the Grand Prize!

Alley Cat Allies
1801 Belmont Road, NW, Suite 201
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 667-3630 FAX: (202) 667-3640

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