2016 Clinic Stats

2016 Totals

  • 2106 animals spayed/neutered
  • 805 animals placed for rehoming with partner organizations
  • 2911 animals assisted!

april – Wabasca (big stone cree/md of opportunity)

  • 285 animals spayed/neutered
  • 77 relinquished or stray animals re-homed by our partner rescue groups
  • 362 animals assisted!

may – kehewin cree nation

  • Clinic postponed due to assisting with the Fort McMurray Fires Emergency (only ran Fri afternoon)
  • 31 animals spayed/neutered
  • 20 relinquished or stray animals re-homed by our partner rescue group
  • 51 animals assisted!

 

 

 

june – maskwacis four nations

  • 274 animals spayed/neutered
  • 120 relinquished or stray animals re-homed by our partner rescue groups
  • 394 animals assisted!

june – paul band first nation

  • 189 animals spayed/neutered
  • 39 relinquished or stray animals re-homed by our partner rescue groups
  • 228 animals assisted!

july – stoney nakoda nation (morley)

  • 401 animals spayed/neutered
  • 112 relinquished or stray animals re-homed by our partner rescue groups
  • 513 animals assisted!

august – tsuut’ina nation

  • 352 animals spayed/neutered
  • 71 relinquished or stray animals re-homed by our partner rescue groups
  • 423 animals assisted!

september – kehewin cree nation

  • 238 animals spayed/neutered
  • 131 relinquished or stray animals re-homed by our partner rescue groups
  • 369 animals assisted!

september – saddle lake cree nation & whitefish (goodfish) lake first nation

  • 336 animals spayed/neutered
  • 235 relinquished or stray animals re-homed by our partner rescue groups
  • 571 animals assisted!

The Task Force needs YOUR help!

On November 25, 2022, the Task Force had an intake of over 90 cats from a single property in Southern Alberta. 

The cats will be triaged and housed temporarily at the Task Force office until they receive veterinary care. They will need to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated and treated for parasites. Others will require more extensive veterinary care such as dental work. Each of these cats deserves the opportunity to receive the care they need, and we are committed to making that happen. Which is why we are putting out a plea for help.  Heather Waddell, an avid animal lover and longtime supporter of the Task Force, has graciously pledged to match all donations made up to $10,000! Please consider donating today in order for your donation to be matched!  Thank you to Heather, our INCREDIBLE volunteers and supporters for making our work possible! With animal shelters and rescue groups operating at full capacity our goal is that the cats, once healthy, will be placed with animal welfare organizations throughout the province to be adopted. We encourage everyone that has considered fostering or adopting an animal to reach out to your local animal welfare organization as the timing couldn't be any more dire.

Click Here to donate today!

 

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