CAWL is executing plans to upgrade our Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic to make it bigger and better than ever! Through our mobile clinics, CAWL has spayed/neutered over 1900 animals since mid-2010 and we intend to this better than ever as we roll out our new program!
By: Lisa Petri, CAWL Vice President
Volunteers from CAWL spent their Sunday spaying and neutering at the Palmer Lake Mobile Home Park. Over sixty cats were sterilized and thirteen were placed in foster homes to be prepared for adoption.
Dolly, a resident of the mobile [Read more…]
As summer comes to a close, CAWL and its unstoppable spay/neuter team, composed entirely of volunteers, continues to work in those areas of the country that need spay/neuter the most- Indian Reservations.
With the numbers of unaltered animals extremely high, and spay/neuter options scarce, CAWL [Read more…]
CAWL volunteers Holly Winters, Brandy Feliciano and Lisa Petri joined Liz Peach and Shelby Davis in Joplin, MO last week. The five along with Spay Kansas City volunteers worked with ASPCA to spay and neuter 300 dogs and cats to prepare them for the upcoming [Read more…]
As an animal welfare organization, we have chosen to put a major focus on the importance of spay/neuter as a means for controlling the rampant animal overpopulation which leads the euthanization of thousands of animals each year. Our initial foray into this area has been [Read more…]
With the local shelter’s euthanasia rate higher than any other shelter in Colorado (77% of cats and 39% of dogs) Colorado Animal Welfare League’s (CAWL), Shelby Davis, identified an opportunity to assist. She packed up CAWL’s new mobile spay/neuter trailer along with a team of [Read more…]
We get asked this question a lot. Last year, the State of Colorado enacted House Bill 1185, under which animal shelters and rescue groups must spay or neuter cats and dogs before turning them over to new owners. The bill also allows for new owners to promise to do so within 90 days if the animal has not yet been sterilized. [Read more…]