ONE ASPECT OF PET OVERPOPULATION IN MOORE COUNTY

TNR (Trap, Neuter and Return)

Panel: Dr. Tom Daniels, Angela Zumwalt, Pat Parrish, Olivia Lynn

TNR is an initiative with proven results in Moore County to help reduce the intake into the county shelter and ultimate population reduction in euthanasia on the way to help make Moore County a no-kill county.

The guest panel provides a background of progress since 2007 and empirical data to support the success of their effort.  Proper funding is an ongoing issue in the county and funds are required to continue to do this good work.

About Our Panel:

Angela: Retired IBM Executive and Founder and Director of the Pet Responsibility Curriculum to Fourth Grade Students throughout Moore County, also Committee Chair of the Pet Responsibility Committee to the council of Moore County for three years.

Dr. Daniels: Equine Veterinarian and Creator of the Fix’M Fund in Moore County that funded Moore County Neighborhood Cats for two and a half years; original member of the Pet Responsibility Committee for three plus years.

Pat Parrish: Retired Elementary School Teacher involved in cat rescue through TNR in Moore County since 2001 most currently with Feline Friends partnering with the Spay and Neuter Veterinary Clinic of the Sandhills

Olivia Lynn:  Fundraiser for Feline Friends and MCNC

Volunteers are needed to keep this effort vibrant and effective.

Please call:

Olivia 561-715-8812

Pat 910 986-0468

Jenny 4112 760-0530

Visit us at Moore Equine Feed & Supply in S. Pines, Saturday June 2nd, 11:00-2.

Find your next barn or house cat or kitten, and check out the great items in the tack shop.

Our foster kitties love to eat. If you could help out, with a monetary donation or a bag of Purina kitten or cat food, it would be greatly appreciated and enjoyed by our fur friends. Every little bit helps- Thanks!

Contact Information:

Felinefriendstnr.com

https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=feline%20friends%20-%20formerly%20moore%20county%20neighborhood%20cats

https://www.moorecountync.gov/sheriff/animal-services

Moore County Citizens’ Pet Responsibility Committee

https://www.alleycat.org/

The Best for our Animals in Moore County – Sept. 17th & 18th

Angela Zumwalt, Co-Chair of the Citizens’ Pet Responsibility Committee of Moore County has assembled a panel of distinguished speakers for the third part of her series on Pet Care, Pet Overpopulation, and this final segment, The Best for our Animals in Moore County.
Joining Angela is Pam Partis, a co chair with Angela, Al Carter, the Director of Animal Services for Moore County, Betty Ficaro, the editor of The Sandhills Pet Gazette, Dr. Jim Hamilton of the County Animal Response Team & Equine Rescue, and Linda Hubbard, President of Pooch in the Pines. They discuss the many options available to pet owners in Moore County and prove how strong volunteers from the community help to make Moore County such a great place to live.

Coping with the Problem of Placing Homeless Pets in Moore County

Angela Zumwalt Co-Chair of the Citizens Pet Responsibility Committee of Moore County is joined by Al Carter, the Director of Animal Services for Moore County, Barbara Shepherd, the Director of Animal Advocates of Moore County, Elizabeth Siebenhbar, Program Director of the Moore Humane Society and The Haven volunteer, Diana Barton to discuss this issue in detail.
Aired March 26, 2011.

Solving the problem of Pet Overpopulation in Moore County

Moore County NC Animal OverpopulationAngela Zumwalt of the Citizens Pet Responsibility Committee of Moore County and Dr. Tom Daniel of Southern Pines Equine Associates and President of the Companion Animal Clinic Foundation of the Sandhills join Bill Sahadi of Fore Properties to discuss this issue and the remedies being put in place to combat animal overpopulation in Moore County. These remedies include low cost spay/neuter services, special educational programs in the Moore County School system, additional rescue/adoption groups, and heightened awareness by Moore County elected officials.