CAAT Team Visits Quatsino

CAAT team members visited Quatsino April 24 and 25 to hold a clinic

Fourteen Canadian Animal Assistance Team (CAAT) members were in Quatsino April 24 and 25. to hold an Animal Health Clinic.

While here, approximately 30 dogs and cats were spayed and neutered and given their vaccination boosters.

Approximately 20 feral cats were examined and operated on as well. They were caught using seven live traps loaned by Catspan.

CAAT members and volunteers provide professional veterinary care where it’s most needed, at home and abroad.

The CAAT Team is a volunteer-driven program that provides veterinary services and education and is entirely dependent upon the dedication and hard-work of its members.

Its members assist in everything from fund-raising, to serving on committees, assisting with promotion, donating their time and skill sets, and animal health projects.

CAAT is a registered charity that relies on donors, members and volunteers.

For information about participating in CAAT’s Vancouver Island projects, email vancouver_island@caat-canada.org. For information about all other projects, email info@caat-canada.org.

 

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