The National Spay Alliance Foundation is looking for volunteers to help with Whitfield County's feral cat crisis.

All over the city there are colonies of cats doing their best to survive harsh climates with little help. They can be found behind businesses, running around apartment complexes and in busy parking lots. We know the good people of this community have spent time feeding and sheltering these cats to the best of their ability.

The National Spay Alliance Foundation has funds available to spay and neuter these independent felines of the cat community -- at no cost to the caretaker. These cats will also receive a rabies vaccination at no cost to the caretaker. The goal is to help control the overwhelming population and aid in public health by vaccinating these cats.

If you are a feral cat colony caretaker, email events.nationalspayalliance@gmail.com.

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