In 2002, this organization became aware of a serious problem of the overpopulation of homeless cats in the Cote St. Luc area, in Montreal, Quebec. Cats were found in colonies behind many hospitals and in many other pockets of the community. Subsequently, this organization learned that the homeless cat population in every other part of Montreal and its surrounding areas were completely out of control as well.
Through many scientific studies, Trap-Neuter-Release programs have proven to be more cost efficient and effective in controlling the number of homeless animals than euthanasia. This group of pet heroes began a Trap Neuter Release program in the West End, funded from 2003 until 2006 by a $3000 annual grant from the borough of Cote St. Luc, Hampstead and Montreal West.
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