We are incredibly grateful to the
Albert Schweitzer Foundation
for awarding us with a $5,000 grant to spay/neuter cats.
For more information, please contact us at 484.695.6829
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No Kill Lehigh Valley
P.O. Box 4272
Bethlehem, PA 18018
T/N/R (Trap/Neuter/Return) refers to the practice of catching free
roaming cats in a humane trap, transporting them to a veterinarian
where they are spayed or neutered and inoculated and then releasing
them back into their natural environment. During this process,
T/N/R volunteers discover "scared friendlies" who can be placed in homes
as well as youngsters who can be socialized and do not have to continue
to live a life on the streets. The cats who are returned to their environment
are able to live out their lives without the problems associated
with mating and raising babies.
events have engaged local veterinary hospitals and
the EPAA mobile spay/neuter unit in an effort
to provide low cost spay/neuter services. The events are typically held in the Fall and Spring.
These events are held in an effort
to reduce the unwanted animal population by doing a large number of spay/neuters during the times of
the year when that service is needed most.
To register, contact us at
We want to thank the doctors, technicians, and volunteers for donating their time and
facilities to Operation Catsnip, especially
- Lehigh Valley Animal Hospital
- Dr. Karen's Critter Care
- Walbert Animal Hospital
- Eastern Pa Animal Alliance
without whose generous help we would not be able to hold this event.
If you would like to be kept informed about Operation Catsnip and other plans to
make our community safe for companion animals, send us an e-mail at
and ask to be put on our e-mail list.
Low Cost Vaccine Clinics and financial support for critically ill animals
are ways that we help animals whose owners cannot afford vaccines or medical
care for their companion or free roaming animals. This initiative gives a second
chance to animals who might be euthanized or allowed to suffer and die in the street.