Feral Cats

           We are in critical need of help from farmers and acreage owners. Feral cats are the wild offspring of domestic cats who exist as a result of irresponsible pet owners who did not spay or neuter them. 
         A pair of unneutered cats and their offspring can exponentially produce over 400,000 cats in 7 years. Feral and homeless cats are a hugh part of the pet population problem and recently there has been a large increase in numbers in Edmonton and surrounding area.    
         Though many people think cats can survive using their natural instincts, they can not and most die from disease, starvation, accidents or end up as food for predators. The majority of those that find their way to shelters are euthanized. SNAP is one of the few rescue groups who are working tirelessly to trap, spay and neuter and release them. 
         We are in urgent need of suitable warm barn homes for these animals where they are provided with fresh water and food. If you or anyone you know can help please contact SNAP @ 780-968-0025 or