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A site for feral cat caretakers to learn about feline birth control

SITE UPDATES:

October 31, 2013:

Added new 10 MG tablet mixing & dosing page for those using the MA Nonovulin tablets from E-bay.

 

October 30, 2013: Updated FAQ page.

 

October 29, 2013: Added info about obtaining megestrol acetate on E-bay without a Rx.

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Jan. 07, 2013: Added “SITE UPDATES” Page

 

 

Dec. 31, 2012 site goes live

Dear Editor,

 My mommy is a feral cat colony caretaker and she is overwhelmed trying to keep up with “Trap-Neuter-Return” as the litters multiply faster than our funds allow. I have heard of AFFORDABLE & SAFE birth control for feral cat colonies, but the information out there is vague and  some of my veterinary friends even say it doesn’t exist. Could you set the record straight for us? Does affordable and safe birth control for feral cat colonies really exist?

Love, Virginia

Dear Virginia, please click HERE for the answer to your question.

–Editor, The Sun

Birth Control for Feral Cats...Myth or Miracle?

Check with your local FedEx/Kinko’s & see if they will donate signs for your colony such as the one above.

"The worst sin towards our fellow creatures is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them. That's the essence of inhumanity." 

                                                                                   ~   George Bernard Shaw

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Disclaimer: The information presented on this website is for informational purposes only. Before using any information on this website, please do your own research BEFORE you use megestrol acetate on any feral cat colony. I am NOT a veterinarian! This website is strictly meant as an informational site only to educate the reader on the possibilities of using megestrol acetate to prevent estrus in feral cat colonies until proper spay and neuter can be performed on the cats by a licensed veterinarian. Use the information on this website strictly at your own risk!