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Please join us at these special SNAP Pet Rescue events and fundraisers. All proceeds go to helping these cats, dogs and pets find healthy lives and forever homes!

SNAP Pet Health Clinic at Cross Creek, Saturday, October 22, 2016

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SNAP Pet Health Clinic at Cross Creek, Saturday, October 22, 2016

Affordable veterinary care at Cross Creek! This one-day pet health clinic is co-sponsored by Dr. Karen Colson of Medlock Bridge Animal Hospital, SNAP and the Cross Creek Condominium Association Community Events Committee. All proceeds for this day are donated to SNAP to help fund our pet rescue efforts, spay/neuter programs, adoption, and community education services. Finally, affordable, professional healthcare for your pet brought to your neighborhood – convenience and an affordable price – and peace of mind that your pet has been examined and given the best possible care to make his or her life with you both healthy and lasting for many years to come. What: Affordable pet exams, testing, vaccinations & micro-chipping offered conveniently in your neighborhood When: Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 10AM–4PM Where: Adrian Clubhouse at Cross Creek. If possible, please park in the overflow lot across the street to avoid inconveniencing La Rue residents. We ask that you pre-register so we can schedule folks throughout the day between 10AM and 4PM to avoid long wait times. Please sign up today and allow 30-45 minutes on clinic day for paperwork, appointment with the vet, and any procedures such as vaccinations and tests. Click here to pre-register. Veterinary Services There will be a licensed veterinarian on site for the day to help with pet exams, testing, vaccinations, consultations, prescriptions, and other health services. Please pre-register for an appointment time and we ask that you arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment for sign-in and paperwork. Most appointments should take less than one hour. That day we will be offering pet healthcare packages for both dogs and cats, as well as additional services such as implanting of microchips and nail trimming. Pet Healthcare Packages All Dog healthcare packages include a pet examination by a licensed veterinarian, DA2PPV vaccination (Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2, Parainfluenza & Parvo) and deworming medicaton. The Adult Basic and Full packages include a Rabies vaccination, while the Puppy package does not. The Full Adult package includes these three plus a Heartworm test and Bordetella vaccination. Puppy ($65) Adult Basic ($80) Adult Full ($100) All Cat healthcare packages include a pet examination by a licensed veterinarian, FVRCP vaccination (Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus & Panleukopenia) and deworming medication. The Adult Basic and Full packages include a Rabies vaccination, while the Kitten package does not. The Full Adult package includes these four plus an FIV/FeLV combo test and Feline Leukemia vaccination. Kitten ($65) Adult Basic ($80) Adult Full ($105) Please note that payment for all pet healthcare packages and a la carte items must be made on the day of the clinic in cash, check or by major credit card. Vaccinations and Tests a la Carte Some pet owners do not need all items offered in these packages, but only need an exam and perhaps one vaccination update. For these folks we are offering a la carte vaccinations, tests and services including: For Dogs Rabies Vaccine, 1-year ($15) Heartworm Test ($25) Kennel Cough Vaccination ($15) Strongid Dewormer ($8) Canine Distemper / Parvo Vaccination ($15) For Cats Rabies Vaccine, 1-year ($15) FeLV/FIV Test ($25) Feline Distemper Vaccination ($13) Feline Leukemia Vaccination ($22) Strongid Dewormer ($7) Additional Services Microchip ($30) Nail Trim for Dogs ($10) Nail Trim for Cats ($5) Note that the $25 fee for the veterinarian examination is included in the Pet Healthcare Package prices above, but the $25 fee is billed separately for all a la cart healthcare items. Additional services such as micro-chipping and nail trimming do not require a vet exam and the $25 exam fee. Micro-chipping In the State of Georgia micro-chipping is the best...

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Snappy Hour Eclipse di Luna, Tuesday, March 15, 2016, 6:30-9:00PM

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Snappy Hour Eclipse di Luna, Tuesday, March 15, 2016, 6:30-9:00PM

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SNAP Pet Health Clinic at Cross Creek, Saturday, September 19, 2015

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SNAP Pet Health Clinic at Cross Creek, Saturday, September 19, 2015

Affordable veterinary care at Cross Creek! This one-day pet health clinic is co-sponsored by Dr. Karen Colson of Medlock Bridge Animal Hospital, SNAP and the Cross Creek Condominium Association Community Events Committee. All proceeds for this day are donated to SNAP to help fund our pet rescue efforts, spay/neuter programs, adoption, and community education services. Finally, affordable, professional healthcare for your pet brought to your neighborhood – convenience and an affordable price – and peace of mind that your pet has been examined and given the best possible care to make his or her life with you both healthy and lasting for many years to come. What: Affordable pet exams, testing, vaccinations & micro-chipping offered conveniently in your neighborhood When: Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 10AM–4PM Where: Adrian Clubhouse at Cross Creek. If possible, please park in the overflow lot across the street to avoid inconveniencing La Rue residents. We ask that you pre-register so we can schedule folks throughout the day between 10AM and 4PM to avoid long wait times. Please sign up today and allow 30-45 minutes on clinic day for paperwork, appointment with the vet, and any procedures such as vaccinations and tests. Click here to pre-register.   Veterinary Services There will be a licensed veterinarian on site for the day to help with pet exams, testing, vaccinations, consultations, prescriptions, and other health services. Please pre-register for an appointment time and we ask that you arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment for sign-in and paperwork. Most appointments should take less than one hour. That day we will be offering pet healthcare packages for both dogs and cats, as well as additional services such as implanting of microchips and nail trimming. Pet Healthcare Packages All Dog healthcare packages include a pet examination by a licensed veterinarian, DA2PPV vaccination (Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2, Parainfluenza & Parvo) and deworming medicaton. The Adult Basic and Full packages include a Rabies vaccination, while the Puppy package does not. The Full Adult package includes these three plus a Heartworm test and Bordetella vaccination. Puppy ($65) Adult Basic ($80) Adult Full ($100) All Cat healthcare packages include a pet examination by a licensed veterinarian, FVRCP vaccination (Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus & Panleukopenia) and deworming medication. The Adult Basic and Full packages include a Rabies vaccination, while the Kitten package does not. The Full Adult package includes these four plus an FIV/FeLV combo test and Feline Leukemia vaccination. Kitten ($65) Adult Basic ($80) Adult Full ($105) Please note that payment for all pet healthcare packages and a la carte items must be made on the day of the clinic in cash, check or by major credit card. Vaccinations and Tests a la Carte Some pet owners do not need all items offered in these packages, but only need an exam and perhaps one vaccination update. For these folks we are offering a la carte vaccinations, tests and services including: For Dogs Rabies Vaccine, 1-year ($10) Heartworm Test ($20) Kennel Cough Vaccination ($10) Strongid Dewormer ($7) Canine Distemper / Parvo Vaccination ($10) For Cats Rabies Vaccine, 1-year ($10) FeLV/FIV Test ($25) Feline Distemper Vaccination ($10) Feline Leukemia Vaccination ($20) Strongid Dewormer ($5) Additional Services Microchip ($25) Nail Trim for Dogs ($10) Nail Trim for Cats ($5) Note that the $25 fee for the veterinarian examination is included in the Pet Healthcare Package prices above, but the $25 fee is billed separately for all a la cart healthcare items. Additional services such as micro-chipping and nail trimming do not require a vet exam and the $25 exam fee.   Micro-chipping In the State of Georgia micro-chipping is...

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Cross Creek Pet Health Clinic

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Cross Creek Pet Health Clinic

Thank you to the Cross Creek Condominium Association and Community Events Committee!   Thanks for inviting SNAP 2 IT back in January for our 2nd Pet Heath Clinic at Cross Creek. We had a great time and meet many wonderful pet parents and some adorable dogs and cats! Dr. Karen Colson and Violet Covarrubias, along with volunteers Nancy Kelly, Sally Leath, Kendra Cuffe did wonderful job helping keep everyone happy and it was an eventful day filled with lots of great fun. We look forward to hosting another event in the fall of 2015. SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to spay and neutering programs, rescues and adoptions for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news. First posted March 15, 2015....

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Snap Volunteer Appreciation Dinner 2014

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Snap Volunteer Appreciation Dinner 2014

Thank you to all volunteers, supporters and friends of Snap! The 1st annual Snap Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at Eclipse di Luna, Buckhead on Saturday, December 13, 2014 was a great success – everyone had a good time, the food was wonderful, and the company even better! Thank you again to all the many Snap volunteers, supporters and friends – we truly could not do our rescue work without you. See below for some remembrances of the dinner! SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to spay and neutering programs, rescues and adoptions for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news. First posted December 14, 2014. Share Holiday Poem Twas the night before Christmas And all through the house The kittens were squeaking An old rubber mouse. The wreath that was hung So fine at the door Is scattered in pieces All over the floor. The stockings lined up In neat little rows Now boast a small hole In each of their toes. The tree that had twinkled Countless colorful whims, Was now, although splendid, Missing some limbs. I catch them and hug them. “Be good,” I insist. They lick but leap off To see what they’ve missed. And now as I spy them The thought comes to me, That their’s is the spirit That Christmas should be. Should children and kittens Yet show us the way, And teach us the joy That may come with this day? Could they share the message That’s written above, And show us that, truly, Christmas is...

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Jefferson Street TNR Update

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Jefferson Street TNR Update

Jefferson Street and Asford Park TNR Project The original Jefferson Street project has grown from TNR and rescue for cats at the first Jefferson Street home to a second home in Asford Park and the surrounding neighborhood. To date we have rescued and put into our Adoption program more than 30 kittens and trapped,neutered,returned (TNR) some 30 adult cats to be a monitored colony in the neighborhood. To date neighbors from the Jefferson Street area have donated nearly $1600 but we urgently need an additional $2500 to complete our TNR and Adoption efforts in the surrouding Asford Park neighborhood. IMPORTANT: If you see a cat in your neighborhood that has a tipped ear like the ones shown above, the cat is a TNR cat that has been spay/neutered by Snap and is part of the managed colony of outdoor cats in your area. If you wee a cat that DOES NOT HAVE A TIPPED EAR, please contact Snap or Stephanie Drilling through your neighborhood bulletin board and we will make arrangements to trap, spay/neuter and treat the cat for any infections such as worms, and as appropriate make arrangements for return or adoption. It is important that the neighbors of the Ashford Park area be vigilant on this matter so that the cats of the neighborhood can maintian a stable, healthy and controlled presence in the neighborhood and not have more litters moving forward. Donating Please donate today to help us complete and maintain these cats for the good of the Asford Park neighborhood: Donate securely to the Asford Park TNR Project through YouCaring.com Ear Tipping Eartipping is an effective and universally accepted method to identify a spayed or neutered and vaccinated feral cat. It is the removal of the distal one-quarter of a cat’s left ear, which is approximately 3/8 inch, or 1 cm, in an adult and proportionally smaller in a kitten. This procedure is performed under sterile conditions while the cat is already anesthetized for spay or neuter surgery. There is little or no bleeding, it is relatively painless to the cat, and the eartip does not significantly alter the appearance or beauty of the cat. Eartipping is the preferred method to identify spayed or neutered and vaccinated feral cats, because it is difficult to get close to feral cats, and therefore the identification must be visible from a distance. Feral cats may interact with a variety of caregivers, veterinarians, and animal control personnel during their lives and so immediate visual identification is necessary to prevent an unnecessary second trapping and surgery. No other method of identification has proven to be as safe or as effective as eartipping. Scaredy Cat Rescue and other humane groups across the country do not support the following methods: Tattooing is not effective because the tattoo is not visible until cats are trapped and anesthetized. Eartags are ineffective because they can cause infection, drop off, or tear cats’ ears. Collars are not safe or practical for feral cats, because: as the cats grow and gain weight, the collars will tighten and could strangle them; the collars could get caught on something and severely injure or kill the cats; and the collars could also fall off leaving the cats unidentified. Microchipping alone is not effective because it does not allow for visual identification. It is only effective once cats have been trapped and taken to a shelter or clinic that uses a scanner to find implanted microchips. It does not prevent unnecessary trapping. Questions? Please contact us at tnr@snap2it.org. Preview all our available cats, kittens, dogs and puppies. Learn more about volunteering...

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SNAP March Spay/Neuter Day Helps 61 Local Pets

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SNAP March Spay/Neuter Day Helps 61 Local Pets

SNAP Joins Dozens of Local Rescue Groups to Spay/Neuter Hundreds of Pets at March Event March 26 and 27, 2014. SNAP partnered with Planned Pet Hood to take part in a March Spay/Neuter Day event – transporting and spay/neutering 67 local pets at a Duluth veterinary clinic. Hundreds of other pets were spay/neutered across Georgia at low-cost clinics through the work of other rescue groups. Costs for the procedures were covered through a grant from FixGAPets and generous donations from SNAP supporters. SNAP raised $580 to help cover costs but the entire project cost SNAP some $1400, so any additional donations to help cover costs are greatly appreciated. SNAP Director Kyla Jones spoke to WSB Atlanta about spay/neuter and the high cost to taxpayers when animals are not cared for properly. SNAP is one of many Georgia nonprofits working hard to get this problem under control. Unfortunately, Georgia is one of the worst states for euthanizing pets, with a kill rate state-wide of over 62 percent. The good news is this number has improved in recent years, but the bad news is it is estimated that Georgia taxpayers spend $1 million dollars each week to euthanize Georgia pets – but this cost could be dramatically reduced if the money were applied to spay/neuter programs rather than kill shelters. See more about the spay/neuter day in March and the WSB news video here and all the hard work done by SNAP and many other rescue groups around the state. There is another spay/neuter day scheduled for June – we could use your help with volunteers and donations for that event too! The FixGAPets grant allowed SNAP to help break the reproductive cycle for one family with 10 dogs. In just one home, Romeo a black/white pit came to this family from an unwanted litter, Babygirl and Rocko came from a friend of a friend that were being abused and Diamond came from an unwanted litter from a neighbor. The only dog in the home that was previously neutered was one that was adopted from local animal control and his neuter was sponsored for adoption to save him from death in a high kill shelter. From Diamond came 7 more unwanted puppies, another accidental litter. While these puppies are being sold for money, without the grant from FixGAPets, it would mean that 7 more dogs would be able to produce at least 2 more litters at minimum per year or another 98 puppies in just one year. So sadly, while these puppies are being sold for money, they are being sold already spayed/neutered and will never produce another unwanted litter and this home of 2 male and 2 female pit dogs will never produce another litter of pups. Here is a link to original March Clinic notice. Questions? Please email us at snap@comcast.net. Preview all our available cats and kittens. Learn more about volunteering with SNAP, drop by one of our area PetSmart and PETCO adoption centers, or apply online to volunteer. SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to rescues, adoptions and spay and neutering programs for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news. Originally posted May 15, 2014....

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GPC Students Help SNAP and Learn About Service on MLK Day

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GPC Students Help SNAP and Learn About Service on MLK Day

Students from Georgia Perimeter College volunteered to help SNAP clean our adoption center at the Howell Mill Road PetSmart as part of a volunteer service program in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ten students and their GPC faculty site coordinator participated in the event, along with Kyla Jones, SNAP Founder and Executive Director. The volunteer program is designed to help students learn the value of community service and to gain experience donating their time and talent to others. For the past two years, SNAP was chosen as one of the organizations across the Atlanta-metro in which students can provide service to a non-profit organization and assist the community to meet critical needs. “I enjoy seeing the civic growth in students provided by the MLK SNAP service event each year,” said Professor Tamra Ortgies-Young. “Students are able to become aware of a community problem, learn about humane interventions to address the problem and practice community service, which is a vital part of citizenship. Most importantly, the students have fun along the way!” In addition to helping SNAP spring clean their adoption center, the day consisted of three other events. Students learned about the important issue of feral cat overpopulation, the causes of the problem in North Georgia and other areas, and efforts by SNAP and other groups to design and manage humane programs to address the issue. Best of all, students were given the opportunity to play with the kittens & cats and learned through hands-on experience about the importance of socializing pets through play. Naturally, the time with their new furry friends turned out to be the highlight of the day. And finally, while students played with the feline adoption candidates, they worked as a group to engage in reflection exercises to tie their service experience to the legacy of Dr. King’s commitment to social change through nonviolence. Critical reflection allows students to make a connection between learning about service and one day making a difference in their community. “You can see from the video that the students had a great time and learned about how pets are socialized through play. Student engagement inspired by active, collaborative and community-based learning is part of GPC’s quality enhancement plan and serves the college mission of preparing students in their role as global citizens. And what’s more engaging than playing with kitties?” Ms. Young said. For their efforts, students received a GPC t-shirt, a better understanding of an important community problem, some volunteer experience, and in some cases earned extra credit for their courses. “The students had a great time, learned a lot, and SNAP is grateful, of course, not only for all the help, but for the opportunity to reach out to these young men and women and educate them on the important work of helping manage feral cat populations in Georgia,” said Ms. Jones. “It’s a significant issue affecting thousands of cats in Georgia and an important initiative to humanely control these stray and abandoned cat populations.” The ongoing collaboration between SNAP and GPC is the kind of educational and community engagement between non-profits and colleges that serve both the core mission of GPC and the SNAP mission of education and community outreach. What to learn more? Contact SNAP at snap@comcast.net. SNAP is a non-profit 501c3 animal rescue organization dedicated to rescues, adoptions and spay and neutering programs for Atlanta-area pets. See more about us here or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates on SNAP people, pets and adoption news. Originally posted February 14, 2014....

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Fosters Needed – A Call for Help with Temporary Homes

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Fosters Needed – A Call for Help with Temporary Homes

SNAP needs fosters! We are desperate for short-term temporary homes for our pets. Please consider volunteering to help take care of our animals until we can find them forever homes. Many of these are temporary situations for no longer than a month. Sometimes just a couple of weeks. Molly especially needs a foster home for the month where she can recuperate from her surgery. Her story is remarkable and she really needs a foster home. We have many pairs of lovely teenagers that need temporary fosters besides molly but her story is exceptional both as a lovely cat in need of adoption and for her immediate need of a foster home for the month to recuperate from her surgery. Please let us know if you can help! See more about Molly and her amazing story here. Please contact us at snap@comcast.net. You can also apply online here. SNAP-2 IT (Spay Neuter Assistance Program) is an Atlanta-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and we rely solely on donations and volunteers to continue our work. While you may not be able to provide a donation, your time is just as valuable to us. We need volunteers (over 18, please!). SNAP-2 IT will provide the food and litter and you provide the love and care. The time frame for fostering depends on the age of the animal you are helping. SNAP-2 IT works with you according to your schedule and time available to donate. Most commitments are for a minimum of two weeks. Current as of 1-19-2014....

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SNAP Needs Adoption Volunteers at Duluth Petco

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SNAP Needs Adoption Volunteers at Duluth Petco

SNAP could use some volunteer help at the Duluth, GA Petco at 2131 Pleasant Hill Road. Our cats and kittens are available 7 days a week, so we need help potentially on any day. We are short-staffed at that location and could use some help with adoptions and spreading the word to customers who come into the store. Please contact us at snap@comcast.net. You can also apply online here. SNAP-2 IT (Spay Neuter Assistance Program) is an Atlanta-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and we rely solely on donations and volunteers to continue our work. While you may not be able to provide a donation, your time is just as valuable to us. We need volunteers (over 18, please!). SNAP-2 IT will provide the food and litter and you provide the love and care. The time frame for fostering depends on the age of the animal you are helping. SNAP-2 IT works with you according to your schedule and time available to donate. Most commitments are for a minimum of two weeks. You can fill out a volunteer application online here or email us at the link above. Current as of 1-19-2014....

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Dekalb County TNR Program Fixes Cat Population

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Dekalb County TNR Program Fixes Cat Population

Mass target TNR (Trap Neuter Return) Community Program in Dekalb County. Best Friends has been officially helping the cats of DeKalb County, Georgia, through our cat initiatives since August, 2011. The cornerstone of this community cat program is the public/private partnership, where DeKalb County Animal Services and Enforcement http://www.dekalbcountyanimalservices.com/ releases the community cats (aka feral cats) to the program where they are fixed by Lifeline Animal Project lifelineanimal.org and then returned to the community from whence they came– the program also brings other animal welfare organizations to the table to help address the whole situation as strategically as possible. A recent mass trap-neuter-return project united forces to help spay and neuter almost 60 cats where it was desperately needed, a low rent apartment complex. Field work Back in April, the DeKalb Community Cat Program added “field work” to their services. Previously the program was just taking cats that had already been picked up by animal control and transferred into the program from the shelter. Now, we are working more closely with the community by going out to address cat nuisance calls, where we’re picking up the cats directly from the streets, getting them spayed/neutered and returned. By foregoing the shelter system altogether, we’re helping streamline the process, while keeping the shelter’s cages open to help more cats and cultivating relationships with the people who will, ultimately, make this program a sustainable success. “The field work will allow us to work more cohesively in the community and have a greater impact on the number of cats we reach,” says Janet Samuel, community cat coordinator. “To ramp up our efforts we’re also doing some mass TNR projects, our first one was done at the beginning of July and went without a hitch thanks to partnering with SNAP-2 IT. They provided the logistics, brought volunteers and also paid for the trapping food and recovery services post surgeries, while we paid for the surgeries, it is a wonderful partnership for the cats.” Mass TNR, it’s a Snap! The mass TNR project which saw dozens of cats all fixed and returned, went beautifully thanks to the work of Kyla Jones, director of SNAP 2 IT. www.snap2it.org – Their organization is dedicated to increasing save rates for the area’s municipal shelters through spay and neuter services, which they offer for free to the public. Since their inception in 2009, they have trapped-neutered-returned over 1,500 cats and Kyla understands the importance of focusing resources to get a whole colony fixed at once. “This high volume TNR project targeted five apartment complexes, all under the same management company,” shares Kyla. “They were very cooperative, they’ve been doing spot trapping, where 2 – 7 cats have been fixed per week by a colony caregiver, but it wasn’t making a dent in their cat populations.” SNAP 2-IT also brought some amazing volunteers to make the most of the event. “I came out to help because cat overpopulation is a problem that has to be addressed and trap/spay/neuter/release is the most realistic way to control this,” shares volunteer Farrar Seymour. “To ignore these innocent animals, in my eyes, is just as cruel as killing them. If we do not work to control the rate of reproduction in feral cat communities, we are absolutely giving them a sentence of suffering and death.” “TNR helps slow the process of over-population before it begins and it is very rewarding to know that is the service I am helping provide these animals,” says Helen Preston, on why she volunteered for the event. The program will continue to have more mass TNR projects and looks...

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Donate to SNAP automatically each time you shop at Kroger…

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Donate to SNAP automatically each time you shop at Kroger…

SNAP-2 IT is proud to partner with Kroger as part of their Community Rewards program. Help raise money for SNAP every time you shop at your local Kroger! We encourage all friends of SNAP to register online at krogercommunityrewards.com • Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card handy and register your card with your organization after you sign up. • If a member does not yet have a Kroger Plus card, please let them know that they are available at the customer service desk at any Kroger. To donate take these steps from the Kroger Community Rewards website: • Click on Sign In/Register • Most participants are new online customers, so they must click on SIGN UP TODAY in the ‘New Customer?’ box. • Sign up for a Kroger Rewards Account by entering zip code, clicking on favorite store, entering your email address and creating a password, agreeing to the terms and conditions • You will then get a message to check your email inbox and click on the link within the body of the email. • Click on My Account and use your email address and password to proceed to the next step. • Click on Edit Kroger Community Rewards information and input your Kroger Plus card number. • Update or confirm your information. • Enter NPO number (55531) or the name of your preferred charity organizating (e.g. Snap-2IT) and select SNAP from list and click on confirm. • To verify you are enrolled correctly, you will see your organization’s name on the right side of your information page. • REMEMBER, purchases will not count for your group until after your member(s) register their card(s). • Do you use your phone number at the register? Call 800-576-4377, select option 4 to get your Kroger Plus card number. • Members must swipe their registered Kroger Plus card or use the phone number that is related to their registered Kroger Plus card when shopping for each purchase to count....

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