Treating the Feral Cat Population

Treating the Feral Cat Population

This adorable fella is one of the many feral cats that Pleasant Hills Pet Hospital has helped through their at-cost trap and release spay and neuter program. Buddy spent several months at the hospital and was eventually adopted. The staff loves it when he comes back for visits. 

The surgeries are done monthly and the program is completely run on donations. Dr. Bethany Fruman and Assistant Manager, Sonia Cruz, are passionate about helping the local feral cat population crisis. Sonia sets the traps in local neighborhoods and brings the cats to the hospital on trap and release spay/neuter day. Dr. Fruman will go above and beyond by using donated supplies to treat any cats that may be ill or need flea and tick protection. 

The team is motivated by knowing that the hard work put into the trap and release program is helping the feral cat population as well as the community.

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