Litter – Just Another Word for Trash

Animal rescuer Bonnie Monaghan has some important words to share regarding the wellbeing of Southern California kittens. As an effort to alert and inform the public, she would like to note that is a high kill shelter in Downey, CA.

Through her efforts she intends to encourage cat rescuers to apply for pull rights and save their pets, especially litters of Rescue Only underage kittens.

IF you are on Facebook, please have a look at the BRAND NEW PHOTO ALBUM for the SEAACA CATS, and consider TAGGING some of your cat rescue friends on some of the Facebook photos to help inform the public of the graveness of the situation.

If you are a 501c3 rescue interested in saving some cats from the SEAACA shelter in Downey, you can find their adoption partner application here . IT IS ONLY 1.5 PAGES – VERY SHORT AND MANAGEABLE!

They will Fast Track new adoption partner applications if there is an animal that you want that they currently have available. You would need to make the subject line of your email to the rescue coordinators specific like “Please PULL A——, Application Attached”, and attach the short application.

Here is the email addresses of the Rescue Coordinators, but please do not email them unless you are with a 501c3 rescue and are ready to PULL. [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

If you are a member of the public you would have to get your info by calling the front desk instead. 9777 Seaaca Street Downey, CA 90241 Phone: (562) 803-3301 Front Office, Reception: Tuesday – Friday: 8:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M. Mon & Sat: 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Animal Viewing Hours: Tuesday – Friday: 11:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M. Saturday: 10:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. http\:// /adoptions/view-our-animals

Thank you for considering helping the cats at this shelter, and please do check out Bonnie’s new photo album on Facebook for the Seaaca Cats.

Trapping Demonstrations

On March 14th O.C. Animal Care hosted trapping classes and demonstrates during the morning and the evening. The ultimate goal of the TNR method is to humanely trap, sterilize, and medically treat any free roaming kittens so as to normalize the population of outdoor cats in the area. Evidence supports that doing so will benefit the lives of both stray and feral cats, while simultaneously improving our interactions with the outdoor cats near us.