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  • Linda heppard
    October 30, 2013 - 18:09

    AWESOME...2 cats in 18 months can equal over 72 cats..do the math people..this is amazing..and so wonderful to see the Sunrise Animal Hospital involved and offering their services...So many animal rescues are out their now..

  • Mollie's Dream
    October 30, 2013 - 13:59

    we were thrilled to be a part of the Sunrise Feral Cat Initiative. Thanks to Sunrise Animal Hospital , especially Dr. Erin Wilson and Michelle Kerfont RVT for meeting with us to discuss this and then organizing so it could happen! Thanks too for your leadership in helping groups like us to establish a new approach to helping community cats through TNR., the only proven effective humane way to help cats have better lives.

  • Sharon Putt
    October 30, 2013 - 12:07

    This was a fantastic effort on everyone 's part who was involved! this is the only way to get strays from increasing and I support 100% what they are doing and help when they have auctions by donating or bidding on items! Remember everyone if you want to donate items for upcoming auctions please feel free to do it!! Thanks everyone!!

  • Sharon Putt
    October 30, 2013 - 12:05

    This was a fantastic effort on everyone 's part who was involved! this is the only way to get strays from increasing and I support 100% what they are doing and help when they have auctions by donating or bidding on items! Remember everyone if you want to donate items for upcoming auctions please feel free to do it!! Thanks everyone!!

  • Gwen Samms
    October 30, 2013 - 09:43

    Awesome job to everyone involved..TNR REALLY DOES make a difference in the lives of stray/feral/ abandon cats. It is great to see so many people including the public stepping up to make life better for our innocent cat friends. Again Awesome job ..

  • Andrea B
    October 30, 2013 - 09:05

    Great initiative! Hats off the the organizations and clinics involved. Goes to show there are many kind people in our community who want to help feral and displaced cats live better lives. The next step is for the city of St. John's to step up and help instead of thwarting TNR efforts in our city. Antiquated policies against outdoor cats deter people from caring for feral colonies for fear of breaking bylaws. Educate, not eradicate.

  • Vivien Wass
    October 30, 2013 - 08:33

    Fabulous initiative! Thank you to all those involved in helping give these community cats a better life. It would be wonderful to see other veterinary clinics stepping up to offer their services as well. Kudos to you all!

  • Vivien Wass
    October 30, 2013 - 08:32

    Fabulous initiative! Thank you to all those involved in helping give these community cats a better life. It would be wonderful to see other veterinary clinics stepping up to offer their services as well. Kudos to you all!

  • Pam Frampton
    October 30, 2013 - 08:31

    Torbay Road Animal Hospital and Sunrise Animal Hospital are affiliated, and Dr. Erin Wilson is a veterinarian at both hospitals.

  • Anne
    October 30, 2013 - 08:08

    It says in the article they were brought to torbay road, no they were brought to sunrise in mount pearl. Typical media, can't get the whole story right lol Great job to the staff of sunrise! This shows that guess what! Vets do care!

    • Sally
      October 30, 2013 - 13:06

      Both Sunrise and Torbay Road are owned by the same people as far as I understand. The gesture is the most important thing. They both should be commended.

  • Beverley Rowe
    October 30, 2013 - 06:58

    Great job to those who realize that feral cats need human intervention to help them get spayed/neutered, so they can live without fear of increasing the cat population. All animal lovers thank the vets that kindly give of their time/resources to help. Thanks also to those, including me, who donate to help the process. Everyone working together can get the job done!