News & Announcements

2017 Newsletter

Cat Care: TNR & Treatment

Over the last six years HydraArk has significantly reduced the overpopulation of the island’s cats and improved their overall health. Our organization has achieved this through an annual program of spaying and neutering. Over 600 cats have been sterilized, over 200 have been vaccinated and given antiparasite treatment, and over 20 have been adopted. The Marchig Animal Welfare Trust, based in Switzerland, funds most of the sterilization program for cats and subsidizes the fee for the veterinary surgeon. The remaining costs are entirely covered by our generous donors, and our members volunteer to man the clinic throughout the 3-day neutering sessions.

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November TNR 2016

A huge thank-you for the wonderful three-day visit from our volunteer vets for a very productive spay/neuter program. A huge thank-you to the Marchig Fund for Animals based in Switzerland for sponsoring this session. We are so grateful to all of you. At this session, 87 cats were spayed/neutered; 13 cats had dental care; 1 cat was treated for ear cancer; 1 female dog was spayed. All they got antiparasite treatment.

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Annual Fall TNR

Our fall 2016 Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) session for Hydra’s street cats will be held over the weekend of November 11-13. Vets will begin work in the late morning on that Friday until 4:30 pm. They will work all day Saturday (9 am to 4:30 pm) and from 9 am until noon on Sunday. If you would like to bring a stray cat for neutering or for further information, please contact HydraArk by email at Volunteers are heartily welcome! If you would like to bring a personal house pet, please understand that we will ask for a small donation to cover the cost of the necessary medications.

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