Côte Saint-Luc Cats Committee (CSLCC)
Who we are:
We are a group of volunteers whose mission is to reduce the number of homeless/community cats. Mike Cohen is the City Councillor Responsible for Animal Protection and Diane Liebling chairs this committee.
What we do:
We Trap, Neuter, Release and Maintain these cats- “TNRM”.
We operate in Côte Saint-Luc.
Because people do not sterilize their cats and the overpopulation of homeless cats is out of control.
When we receive calls from the resident, we work with them to trap the cat and then bring it to the vet to be neutered, vaccinated and de-wormed. After a period of recuperation the cat is released back in the spot where he was captured or put up for adoption if he can be socialized. We do not take the cat away permanently- another cat will simply fill the void. Even if the resident who alerted us to this cat is not feeding him, it is likely he is receiving a food source nearby.
Our goal is to have no more homeless cats.
What can you do?
- Spay and neuter your cat. This is vital to help reduce the number of feral cats.
- Call the hotline if you see a cat that does not have a collar and you believe is homeless.
- Purchase a license for your outdoor cat if you are a Cote Saint-Luc resident. They are available at City Hall (5801 Cavendish) for a nominal charge.
- Become a volunteer. We are always looking for people committed to the health and welfare of cats.
- Donate to the CSL Cat Committee so that the number of cats sterilized can be increased. Tax receipts will be issued for
donations of $25 or more.
Please call 514-485-6800, extension CATS (2287), email email@example.com, orFacebook.com/CSLTNR.
*** RESERVE THE DATE ***
2017 Fundraiser concert with the Musicians of the World Symphony Orchestra
Tuesday, August 22 at 7:30pm
Syd Wise Auditorium
(Former Wagar High School)