Big Community Cat Fix 2017

Bullhead City non-profit “We Care for Animals” is partnering with Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic in Kingman, AZ for THE BIG FERAL FIX  March 23-26, 2017.

Their goal is to spay and neuter at least 130 feral, or “community”, cats before the Springtime kitten season using TNR.

KICK OFF PARTY on March 4th!

There will be a Kick Off Party for the event on Saturday, March 4th from 3-5 p.m. at the Mohave Shrine Club at 2580 Miracle Mile in Bullhead City. The kick off party will feature raffle prizes, volunteer sign up, caregiver info a 50/50 drawing and information about TNR.

Donations of sheets, cat food, cat litter and trash bags are much appreciated.


Day 1: Thursday 3/23

  • Colony registration @ Sudden Link Center Sudden Link Way
  • 5:30pm -Volunteer set up room@ 5:30pm, registration, make sure paperwork is filled out and traps are tagged.
  • 6pm-8pm-Caregivers-Register colonies and check in. Caregivers & Volunteers set up traps food water and litter boxes.
  • Transporters help with bringing cats in with Caregivers.

Day 2: Friday 3/24

  • 8am -Volunteers clean cages, give food and water. Caregivers will be bringing cats in until 1pm.
  • 130pm-Transporters need to get vans set up for transporting, volunteers take all food water and litter boxes out of traps.
  • 3pm-Transporters & Volunteers help set up cats with water and litter boxes.
  • Volunteers can ride with transporters.

Day 3: Sat 3/25

  • 7:00 am -Volunteers meet at Chili’s to caravan to Low Cost Spay & Neuter Clinic in Kingman.
  • Volunteers in BHC- can stay and set up the classroom for the cats’ return.
  • Volunteers in Kingman we will be helping will be helping with the surgery process and cleaning.
  • 1:00 pm- Transporters-Return to Low Cost Clinic for transport.
  • 3:00 pm-Volunteers in BHC will help set up traps with food, water and litter boxes.

Day 4: Sunday 3/26

  • 8:00 am-Trasnporters will be transporting to the caregivers.
  • Volunteers 10:00 am help clean class rooms.



TNR involves humanely trapping feral cats living in cities, towns and rural areas and transporting them to a veterinary clinic where they are spayed or neutered. They may also receive a health check, vaccinations, and can be treated for routine medical conditions before being re-released back into their colony. Trap-Neuter-Return provides a life-saving, effective solution and stops the breeding cycle of cats and therefore improves their lives while preventing reproduction.

In 2016, We Care for Animals successfully spayed and neutered 117 Community Cats in Bullhead City.

For more information on the We Care for Animals organization or TNR, please call 928-362-2733 or visit www.WeCareForAnimalsAZ.org

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