1-4. Barney the feral cat that lived briefly as part of Lara Fraser's family was the impetus for the Quadra Feral Cat Group to work to reduce the number of unwanted cats on Quadra

5. Gigi, the Quadra Feral Cat Group’s first spayed female, very friendly, and available for adoption.
6.The Quadra Feral Cat group reaching out for help to fill the “change for a change” cans on island store counters. Funds go to spay and neuter feral cats to prevent the birth of more kittens.
7-a Quadra Feral Cat Group creating counter coin cans to collect “change for a change” for the island’s feral cats.
7-b Quadra Feral Cat Group creating counter coin cans to collect “change for a change” for the island’s feral cats.
8. Lara Fraser at cat central, the neighbourhood around the Quadra Elementary and Village Square where a number of feral cats congregate.

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Mochi and Bandi are available for adoption. Click HERE to read about them!  

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Quadra Cat Rescue does not support the practice of declawing of cats. We have been asked by AdoptMe Canada to post a link to their anti-declawing campaign where a petition can be signed. Please click here to view it.

Contact:

Quadra Cat Rescue
P.O. Box 192

Heriot Bay, BC 
V0P 1H0
250-285-CATS (2287)

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