The Cannoli Fund’s Community Cat Carpool Takes Off

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In the past three months, 43 cats from King William and Lavaca have taken a ride that changed their lives.

Are there feral or community cats at or near your house that you–or your neighbors–would like to have fixed, but you lack the time or the means to transport them? Do you live in the King William or Lavaca neighborhoods of San Antonio? The Cannoli Fund’s Community Cat Carpool can help.

6 humane traps of feral cats who have been spayed or neutered at SNAP in San Antonio

These six cats from participated in the King William and Lavaca neighborhood Community Cat Carpool in October 2012.

You may have heard about The Cannoli Fund’s spay/neuter reimbursement program and want to take part. However, some may not have transportation or may not be able to take or pick-up the cats at the times required by the service providers.

That’s where the Community Cat Carpool comes in. We have volunteers who help transport cats to and/or from the spay/neuter sites in King William and Lavaca, or we may be able to connect area neighbors for ride sharing. Those 43 Lavaca and King William neighborhood cats have been trapped in The Cannoli Funds’ humane traps and transported to SNAP to be fixed, most with the assistance of the Community Cat Carpool.

For more information on borrowing traps or assistance with transportation, email the Cannoli Fund.