Luxury spay and neuter mobile clinic looks highly impressive


Photo: Provided by The Times-Herald (Vallejo). Monica Rudiger (right) and Lucy Brock admire the awning and other aspects of their recently acquired feline spay and neuter mobile clinic on Friday, December 10, 2021, in Redwood City, California, USA. 

Brock is a director at Whis-Purr Rescue Inc., where Rudiger, now a retired veterinarian, is the volunteer medical director. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group).

Whis-Purr Rescue, Inc. is a 501c3 not-for-profit corporation. They help to find lost cats. They operate TNR programs. They say that there are "so many cats and kittens on the streets". And that these cats and kittens are in survival mode trying to stay alive. 

They are committed to helping to change this state of affairs and to provide these cats and kittens with good shelter care and to find a forever home. 

They also do something which is familiar to no-kill shelters which is to help families retain their cat companion. This is proactive behaviour to prevent abandonments. 

They also have a special programme for placing long-term senior cats. They work with the adopter of the senior cats to create a partnership. This provides the adopter with support to help them keep their senior cat.

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