We work very hard to educate the community we live in and surrounding areas about the importance of TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return). The reason why we exist today is a simple word, “abandonment”. We are trying to stop the breeding cycle of cats, improving their lives while preventing reproduction.
Did you know that 1 unspayed female cat, her mate and all of her offspring producing 2 litters per year, with 2.8 surviving kittens per litter can produce 2,072,514 in 8 years! We started this program to educate people on the sheer importance of spaying and neutering their pets.
We also provide education on how long a cat or dog may live so you understand before making a purchase or adopting a living creature. Animals take work. They need vet care, food, water, vaccines, dental, exercise, walks, quiet time, play time, bathing and grooming. If you cannot commit to animal ownership for 10-18 years then please reconsider. If you know you can only have an animal for a short time please foster or take in an elderly, lonely animal. Many animals are so sad and lost when an owner passes away. Maybe you are what they need to be happy again!
Medina Meow Fix is focused on stopping the breeding cycle of these abandoned cats. We choose to adopt out as many friendly cats as we can and take in all of the feral kittens. Those kittens go into very good foster homes and learn to love the indoors. The kittens move on to the Medina County SPCA or one of our rescue alliances where they will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Then they will be adopted to live out their lives in their forever home.