The Rocky Mountain Alley Cat Alliance has launched a summer campaign called “Beat the Heat.” The goal is to neuter and spay 2,000 cats in metro Denver.The alliance is even offering a discount--to both cat owners who haven’t fixed their pets-- and to people who want to control the alley cat population in their neighborhood. Amy Angelilli, the director of the Rocky Mountain Alley Cat Alliance, speaks with Ryan Warner.
Campaign to Fix Alley Cats
By Sarah Hughes Jul 23, 2010
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