Though the following project has been completed, we are still raising funds to cover the expenses incurred. If you would like to continue seeing organizations like ours be able to assist communities like we did here, please consider donating to make such an impact possible.
358 Volunteer Hours
84 Cats Trapped
23 Adopted Out
60 Returned To Their Caretakers
All Fixed, Vaccinated, Dewormed, on Flea/Heartworm Prevention, and Healthy
A HOPE has recently become aware of a dire cat overpopulating situation within our community and has made the decision to step in and help. We will be doing this through a process called Targeted TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return). We have named this project “Project Hallelujah”. The Project Hallelujah cats are so overpopulated that each new litter is sick and/or dying. The cat breeding has gotten out of control, creating illnesses from lack of resources and inbreeding. The caregivers of these cats love them and have done their best to care for them. They have also worked hard to use TNR but are struggling to keep up with the births and continued pregnancies. They have been fighting a losing battle.
One of the reasons A HOPE exists is to educate and empower caring people to be the change that they want to see in their community. The Project Hallelujah caregivers have tried, and continue to try, to keep this group of cats under control, but they need our help. This is where we reach out to our community and ask for YOUR help to fix, treat, and vaccinate all the cats in this area. We will then return them to their outdoor home with caregivers who will continue to provide for them, but without the out-of-control breeding, unhealthy cats, and future tragic deaths. We do this to empower the people who care and be effective caregivers going forward.
ATTENTION: IMPORTANT INFO FOR RESIDENTS OFF THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF EAST SPENCERFIELD ROAD AND HAMILTON BRIDGE ROAD IN PACE, FL
Humane trapping will begin on December 13th and run through December 19th. There are over 70+ cats and kittens related to this project. All trapped cats will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated against rabies, dewormed, treated for ear mites and fleas, and put on heartworm prevention prior to being ear tipped (the universal sign of an altered, vaccinated, and cared for outdoor cat). Please keep your pet cats indoors during this time and do not leave any food outside. All healthy adult cats will be returned to their outdoor home, where they were trapped, within two weeks of the final trapping day. Important: Do not touch or move any traps. Cats caught in these traps may/may not be friendly and will potentially bite. Do not feed any cats outdoors who are unaltered and/or unowned by you.
On average, the cost of each cat/kitten will be $84.00, depending on their individual needs. Please consider donating to this project either monetarily, by going here and writing “Project Hallelujah” in the notes section, or with food/litter. Food/litter can be sent to 5755 Washington Street, Milton, FL 32570. Your donation will make a world of difference to the cats in Project Hallelujah.
All outdoor cats within a 2 mile radius of this project have the potential to be trapped. All cats trapped through this project will be listed below. Should you recognize your owned and/or missing cat(s), please contact us at email@example.com or (850) 665-0511. Proper identification will be required before we return any cats. We will also be scanning every cat for a microchip. Reuniting a few lost cats with their families would be a nice bonus!