Sunday, April 22, 2012

Earth Day TNR

As many of you know by now TNR stands for Trap-Neuter (god, it's always about the boys) and Release.

Jarrettsville hosted another TNR today, and in total we spayed and neutered 53 cats.

Many of the cats were females, which is great because we are heading into kitten season and every year Harford County is overwhelmed by more cats than it can feed and house.

Many wonderful volunteers came out to help control the pet overpopulation problem and support this cause.

I want to send a very big heart-felt Thank-You to all of the volunteers today. You all did a great job and you are an inspiration to us all.

Special Thanks goes to Jill, Julia, Phil, and Grace.

But my BIGGEST THANKS goes to JVC's own Dr. Morgan, Dr. Hubbard, and my amazing techs Laura and Amanda. I am immensley proud of you and grateful for your help, your compassion and your time. You make me so proud, and I love you!

One very large, very angry uterus.

Dr. Hubbard spaying a cat.

Dr. Morgan

Dr. Morgan, Laura and Amanda

Another cat, "in heat" uterus.


The recovery area. All the cats waking up under a watchful eye.

1 comment:

  1. Wow! You are an amazing person! It's wonderful to find a vet with compassion and integrity. I am new to the TNR issue and was wondering why many veterinarians oppose TNR. Is there some financial disincentive? Thank you for what you do. We need more people like you.