Animal Shelters are constantly overwhelmed by the sheer number of pets brought to them, resulting in 60% being euthanized. NBCR rescues cats from city shelters thus preventing their unfortunate fate. After they are physically examined, spay/neutered, tested and vaccinated, they are placed with a foster family until they are adopted. As a result of our adoption program, we have placed on average 200 - 300 cats per year into wonderful homes.
NBCR cats are not available for adoption until after they are spay/neutered. This ensures our cats do not contribute to our Pet Overpopulation Crisis and by doing so, the number of cats entering shelters due to mating will decrease. Educating the public about the importance of spay/neuter, local resources and encouraging people to adopt instead of purchase from breeders will also decrease the number of homeless pets being euthanized.
Public awareness of the plight of a shelter cat has brought awareness to the general public about the consequences of not spay/neutering your pet. We encourage people to visit their local animal shelter to witness the severity of the crisis and to see all of the wonderful pets available that will soon be euthanized due to lack of space.
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