Checotah Feral Cat Program

Checotah Feral Cat Program Checotah feral cat program is a cat rescue that supports the cat population for McIntosh County. This program is currently funded privately. Also, available indoor adoption & barn cats w/fees.

Checotah Feral Cat Program is to provide McIntosh County cat population with safe spay/neutering, shots, seasonal housing, food/water availablity through private and grant funding.

Operating as usual

11/30/2021

Adopting a cat is totally worth it!😉❤️

11/30/2021
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11/29/2021

Timeline Photos

11/27/2021
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11/25/2021

Volunteer Teddy and I out trapping! Wish us luck!

11/24/2021
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11/22/2021

This is cool! 😸😸😸😸😸 How old are your cats?

11/19/2021

We second that.

11/17/2021

#FixOK, #SpayNeuter, #AdoptNeverShop, #FosterVolunteerDonate

11/17/2021
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11/16/2021

This is an X-ray of a dog’s bent front leg. See that tiny white spec? That’s a microchip! It has migrated down the leg....far from where it was inserted, between the dog’s shoulders. This is actually quite common.....

When lost pets are scanned, the entire body SHOULD be scanned to catch any that have migrated. But, as an owner, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY AT THEIR YEARLY VET EXAM, to ask for a quick scan to make sure that: (1) the chip is still working, (2) the location of the chip is good, and (3) that the chip info is correct.

Remember microchips save lives and reunite families with their pet.... just have it checked regularly!

11/15/2021
11/14/2021

Good Morning!

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11/04/2021

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🥰The famous actor Tom Hardy brought his adopted dog Woody to a presentation of one of his films to encourage the adoption of animals.

Tom knows that dogs are like children 🐶, he knows that it is unethical to trade in lives. It is common to see him in shelters giving support, visiting rescued dogs and talking about the problem of breeding and abandonment in different media.

Tom is a great guy! 🤗 Have a Heart 💞 Be a bit like Tom.

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#tomhardy #dogsofinstagram #whataboutusmusic #adoptdontshop #adoptme #adoptadog #stopbuying

10/29/2021
10/29/2021

Update: a signed contract on the new Sanctuary location has happened. Now the paperwork. The rescue is currently full and will be this way until we get into the new house/land.

Stay posted for updates.

10/28/2021
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Opening Hours

Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 6pm
Sunday 9am - 6pm

Telephone

(915) 731-2287

Products

Checotah Feral Cat Program has available many products as fundraisers such as T-shirts, Artisan candles/wax melts, original art, farmer market items, and other goodies. 100% of Profits go to the program.

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Checotah Feral Cat Program

Checotah Feral Cat Program assists Checotah and surrounding areas with a TNR program (Trap, Neuter/Spay, Release).

The programs' main focus is the TNR program which is a proven approach to manage and support all feral/stray populations.

TNR Cats are provided: Humane Live Trap Spay/Neuter Shots Wellness Check DeWorming Flea Treatment Ear Tipping (so we know who has been through the program) Release where trapped

Other Services Proved Present and Future Plans: Non-Profit Status (in progress) Spay/Neuter Grants - Low Income/At-Risk Cats Water/Feeding Stations (semi-self sustaining) Shelters, Lean-to small Shelters, Winterized Senior/Disabled Cat Food Pantry Adoption

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