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Social forum for animal lovers - Please DO NOT post requests for help.
For information or help please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
To promote kind and humane treatment of all animals.
To promote understanding of ownership and care of animals.
To promote early spay/neuter of all animals in an effort to reduce the number of unwanted animals euthanized in shelters.
To educate the public as to the health and safety benefits of early spay/neuter.
To provide low/no cost spay/neuter of cats and dogs.
To facilitate Trap/Neuter/Release projects where members of the community are feeding stray animals.
To promote the concept that each individual can make a difference
This page is monitored by a volunteer as time permits. Please DO NOT use it as a means of communication in the event on an emergency. If you have found a stray animal, please call Animal Services Dispatch for pick up.
The animal will be taken to the SF Animal Shelter where it will have the best chance of being reunited with its owner.
If you find a sick or injured animal and are not able to seek care at your own vet, please call Animal Services. Felines & Friends does not have the resources to provide veterinary care for stray animals.
The SF Animal Shelter also offers free sterilization of feral cats through the Gatos de Santa Fe program. Traps are available directly from the shelter. Please contact Monica Gonzalez 983-4309 ext 200 or email@example.com
If you find a kitten or puppy, it is most likely hungry and possibly dehydrated. Until you can seek vet care or have it picked up by Animal Services, three products from any grocery store could save its life:
1. unflavored Pedialyte [electrolyte water found in the baby aisle]
2. Gerbers chicken or turkey baby food
3. Goats milk [fed through syringe, eye dropper or even a straw]
Petco and PetSmart also sell feeding kits and formula.
Body temperature is an important factor of saving a kitten or puppy as they will not eat if they have a low temperature. Use a hot water bottle or fill a sock with uncooked rice and microwave for 1 - 2 minutes. Always watch that animal for signs of overheating.
City of Santa Fe
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