Feral Cat spaying/neuter (free) Dekalb

I know this is Dekalb county, but we are close enough that some of you may know folks who could benefit from this program..

Dear Feral Friends,
LifeLine Animal Project’s feral cat program, Catlanta, has been awarded a grant to spay/neuter feral cats in *Dekalb* County. If you are seriously interested in this funding, please begin by updating your colony information in our online feral database at www.catlantatracker.org. Afterwards, please send me the following information to determine the colony’s eligibility:

1) The exact address of the feral colony, including zip code
2) The nearest landmark, business, or recognizable place
3) Whether the colony is in a residential or commercial area
4) The total number of cats/kittens in the colony
5) The total number of spayed and neutered cats/kittens (if any) to date

You will be contacted within a week to discuss details, and we look forward to working with you to help the cats!

Gin Taylor
Feral Cat Program Director
LifeLine Animal Project
P.O. Box 15466
Atlanta, GA 30333

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