Feral Cat Day

Humane Society of Yuma

4050 S. 4 1/2 E, Yuma, AZ 85365

19 October 2013

Annette Lagunas (left), HSOY Executive Director, and Nisa Sutton (right), Feline Friends Chairwoman tour us through the Feral Cat program at the Humane Society of Yuma on Saturday's Fall Festival.

Annette Lagunas (left), HSOY Executive Director, and Nisa Sutton (right), Feline Friends Chairwoman tour us through the Feral Cat program at the Humane Society of Yuma on Saturday's Fall Festival.

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Jamie, Veterinary Technician at the Human Society of Yuma clears the airway of a convulsing post operation feral cat at Saturday's Feral Cat Day Fall Festival.

Jamie, Veterinary Technician at the Human Society of Yuma clears the airway of a convulsing post operation feral cat at Saturday's Feral Cat Day Fall Festival.

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Veterinarian, Bob Petty spays one of 88 feral cats brought in through the Trap, Neuter, and Release program at the Humane Society of Yuma's clinic, Saturday. 

Veterinarian, Bob Petty spays one of 88 feral cats brought in through the Trap, Neuter, and Release program at the Humane Society of Yuma's clinic, Saturday. 

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  Feral Cat colony caregivers overlook the HSOY Fall Festival's free Feral Cat spaying operation, Saturday.

Feral Cat colony caregivers overlook the HSOY Fall Festival's free Feral Cat spaying operation, Saturday.

 

HSOY Veterinary Technician Supervisor, Victoria Sarabia injects a Feral Cat before removing her from the trap for a spaying operation on Saturday's fully funded Trap, Neuter and Return program for Yuma's wild feline population.

HSOY Veterinary Technician Supervisor, Victoria Sarabia injects a Feral Cat before removing her from the trap for a spaying operation on Saturday's fully funded Trap, Neuter and Return program for Yuma's wild feline population.

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Scooter Video

 

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Post Surgery 

 

 Spaying Female Feral Cat in Heat Video

Spaying Female in Heat 

 Kittens at Play video

Kittens at Play

  Kitty play room

Play Room

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